An emotional photograph flowing on the Internet demonstrated the inhabitants of the La Bella Vita nursing home sitting in a few feet of water as they sat tight for offer assistance.
“The vast majority of these individuals are in wheelchairs and [on] oxygen,” she said.
The Galveston Office of Emergency Management affirmed Sunday evening that it had saved the inhabitants from the office.
“They were up to their midriff” in water, said Ken Clark, a Galveston County magistrate.
McIntosh said that when she addressed her mom in the course of the last couple days, she revealed to McIntosh that the nursing home was not advised to clear. Rather, they were told to remain set up and have a debacle design.
Between 20 to 25 individuals were safeguarded from the nursing home Sunday evening, Clark said.
Specialists on call filling in as the Houston zone adapts to cataclysmic flooding are confronting enormous difficulties in both the high water levels and an absence of assets, similar to gear and work force, he included.
“We have finish segments of interstates that were shut and convergences that are shut,” Clark said. It’s as yet raining.