Parishes Still Suffering from Hurricane Isaac

Although it’s been a month since Louisiana experienced torrential rain and flooding as a result of Hurricane Isaac, some parishes are still suffering.  Isaac broke through levees, trapped some residents in their homes and left up to half a million homes and businesses without power.

National Restoration’s Vice President of Sales, Dorian Evans, visited the state last month.  After surveying areas for loss, Dorian met with Plaquemines Parish Councilman, Burghart Turner.  They discussed ways National Restoration could assist citizens with their property damage.   Dorian also addressed Councilman Turner about environmental concerns.

Dorian is returning to Louisiana to meet with other government officials to discuss how National Restoration can continue to serve the parishes most affected by the hurricane.

Below are some astonishing photos of the wreckage.

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