Monday, September 15, 2008

Before and After

Some said that NOAA over warned with the "certain death"comment before Ike. Check these photos of Galveston before and after Ike.

This is from Dr. Masters' blog.

"According to the New York Times, one Bolivar Peninsula resident was washed all the way across across Galveston Bay to the mainland after the storm surge destroyed his house and threw him into the water. A helicopter picked him up. So far, there are three confirmed deaths on the peninsula, from the town of Port Bolivar. The peninsula had a population of 3,800, of which 500 did not evacuate. As many as 90 people were rescued from the peninsula in the hours leading up to the storm, but at least 400 people remained. Most of these people are as yet unaccounted for. According to news reports, 80% of the buildings on the peninsula were destroyed."

Yes, Ike was Historic. This story will be developing for weeks to come.


1 comment:

Dewdrop said...

Dear God. That's shocking.