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By Charlie Butts, OneNewsNow, September 4, 2020
Life is a challenge in Lake Charles, Louisiana, which is home to an international pro-life and pro-family ministry – and the site of major cleanup efforts following a major hurricane.
Hurricane Laura struck Lake Charles and the surrounding communities hard last week with winds topping 150 mph and a 15-foot storm surge. The Category 4 storm left at least two dozen dead and millions of Louisiana and Texas households without power. The cost of the storm damage is still being assessed.
Jennifer Morse is the founder of the Ruth Institute, with headquarters in Lake Charles. She tells OneNewsNow that in the city of approximately 75,000 people – located roughly 40 miles inland – there’s no power, no air conditioning, no Internet, no water, no garbage pickup, no refrigeration or ice … and only two service stations providing gasoline.