Posted on Saturday, October 12th, 2019 at 11:29 pm by Williams Hart
Terrible news out of New Orleans today. Details are still coming out, but it looks like one person tragically lost his or her life and injured a dozen or more. The construction site is at the corner of Canal and Rampart Streets. Our hearts and prayers are with all the families and individuals that were affected by this tragedy. Unfortunately, there are two people still unaccounted for. However, first responders believe they know where these individuals are located, and they think they will find them according to current reports. At this time, the building is still unstable so the authorities have advised the public to avoid the area if possible. Your safety is the priority. We are very proud of the first responders in New Orleans as they are risking their lives to help the injured and missing. These people are absolute heroes.
It is our hope that as many people survive as humanely as possible. We are here to help in any way possible as many brave people from Louisiana helped us during the terrible hurricane. Please call us at (713) 352-7071.
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