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A Breath of Fresh Air for Flood Victims in Louisiana

Field Report by Operation Blessing

LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA — Andreann Slobodyannyk and her husband Alex have lived in Lake Charles, Louisiana for the past 10 years, and have 2 young sons. No strangers to the destruction of hurricanes, they are now flood victims in Louisiana. The family was back on their feet after Hurricanes Delta and Laura, and everything was going smoothly. That is, until the historic flooding caused by massive rainfall in Louisiana last week. The family’s home accumulated between 18-24 inches of floodwater. Thankfully, everyone escaped safely, but the family home was left in ruins.

Because the floodwaters rose so quickly, Andreann and Alex were unable to rescue all of their belongings. In addition, much of the home is damaged due to the floodwaters. But thankfully, your love was on the move. Because of you, Operation Blessing’s United States Disaster Relief team met with Andreann and Alex, and helped the young couple get back to a sense of normalcy. Operation Blessing staff and volunteers helped dry out the Slobodyannyk’s home, clean up the yard, and provided them with critical disaster relief supplies.

None of this would be possible without your ongoing support to help flood victims in Louisiana. Thank you for the love you show to disaster victims time and time again! To learn more, please visit

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