Wichita, Kansas 2020-10-08 23:44:23 –
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Lake Charles, Louisiana (KSNW) – Jesse Baker and her husband leave their home in Lake Charles, Louisiana as the Hurricane Delta produces steam in the Gulf.
“It’s full of anxiety again,” she said.
Baker grew up in Haysville, Kansas. She says they feel different emotions when they evacuate again. “It’s overwhelming to have to experience it again in such a short period of time. When I’m not recovering from my first leg.”
Due to the damage of Hurricane Laura, Baker’s house is still uninhabitable.
“My room was like torn, and my mother’s and father’s rooms and my brother’s room were a little weird. It was just a mess,” said 10-year-old Remi Baker.
Remi and her 7-year-old brother Max are currently living with their grandparents in Hayesville. The bakery decided to send the children to school when they were working and trying to repair the house.
Baker says it’s unclear when they can bring them back to Lake Charles.
According to Baker, the biggest concern about the Hurricane Delta is the debris scattered throughout the city.
“You can’t tie it up. There’s nothing you can do, and now you’re in these winds. We know that it will do more damage to the property and community around us. I know, and it’s really scary, “Baker said.
Despite the uncertainty, the family says the support is great.
“They want to reach out, help and provide, and they’re there for the local girls. I hope it happens nationwide,” said Baker’s mom, Robin Converse. ..