Health hazards in New Orleans
tom.matiska at ATT.NET
Wed Aug 31 10:50:01 MDT 2005
Some here have voiced disagreement in the past over the concept of mandatory evacuations. I hope the looting and health problems convince a few more that staying behind shouldn't be a personal choice. Four of the people we lost during Agnes(1972) died while evacuating folks who refused to leave when they first should have . There are a lot of rescue folks in harms way right now that are taking more risks than should have been necessary.
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-------------- Original message from Jim <jnantz2 at 216-19-216-108.GETNET.NET>: --------------
> I've heard several news reports today that reminded me of something I
> hadn't thought about. That water is all over New Orleans. That water
> has innundated all sorts of facilities that held any chemical you can
> think of. Also there is all the sewage, and all sorts of rotting
> organic matter including all the people who have died. Remember the
> rescue people have said they are in such a rush to get people out that
> they have to push the dead out of the way. Also there are all the
> mosquitos that will breed in that water and all the diseases they'll carry.
> It's not just New Orleans. The affected area includes New Orleans,
> Mobile, Alabama and everthing in between.
> "He who laughs when things go wrong has just thought of someone he can
> blame it on." - Benny Hill
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