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Play Meter Staff Accounted For in Wake of Katrina

According to a post on their website:

A quick note to let you know I just got a call from Valerie Cognevich and she and her family are OK. It was a pretty harrowing experience for her, but she and her family made it through. Her house is flooded so her brother came down from Virginia (with containers of gas for the return trip) to pick them up and take she and her kids back to Virginia. Valerie’s husband is also OK and on a tug boat helping out on the Mississippi River. She still is not aware of the complete devastation as she’s had no access to TV, but did say it was terrible and you just can’t imagine the devastation and how bad it is down there. They had to wait in lines for water, ice and food and had gone a week without a shower. Her address book was left behind so she had no addresses or phone numbers to call other than those in her cell phone.”

Bonnie Theard is in the Chicago area safe with her husband and boys, but has not heard from her parents. The area where Bonnie lives is flooded and no one can go in the area to check the damage.

Cell phone service for the southeast Louisiana area has be practically non-existent. Have patience, we will get settled down somewhere and let everyone know how to contact us.

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