The story of what happened at the West Side of Houston after the Hurricane Katrina flood is one that’s difficult to wrap your head around.
In the immediate aftermath of the storm, local and federal agencies and volunteers from all over the country were on the ground, providing information, evacuating the area, and providing food, water, and shelter to the people of the area.
Many people did not even realize the magnitude of the damage the storm had done to their communities and their lives.
One of the things I found to be most surprising was that the city of Houston and the city as a whole were so well prepared for the worst that the hurricane was so devastating.
I can’t even begin to tell you how thankful I am to the men and women of the Houston Fire Department, our first responders, our medical personnel, and our First Response Team members.
Houston was so well-prepared for the damage that the storm caused, and they did so at a time when the city was already in the midst of an emergency, so they could respond and protect the people and the property of the people.
Even though they were in a flood zone, the fire department and the Houston Police Department were already on the scene within a matter of minutes.
As I sat there in the FEMA tent with the other members of FEMA, I couldn’t help but notice the people I was working with and their faces when they saw the devastation they were dealing with.
They looked like they were being carried out on a stretcher.
The first responders who arrived on the first day of the hurricane were also well-trained and experienced, and their work in protecting the city and the residents of Houston was incredible.
I remember my first days there when I got to work, I was on the roof of the First Response Unit.
A helicopter from the Fire Department landed and began to carry me out of the building and onto the roof.
After a few minutes of getting the hang of the job, I began to get used to the cold, wet weather.
It was a good feeling to be able to step out of my protective gear and onto a helicopter and fly over the devastation that was unfolding in my community.
We were also able to get our first taste of the type of equipment we would use for our work.
We were going to be working with large, portable air mattresses.
When I was looking for an air mattress for my tent, I went to the Amazon.com site and picked out a size that fit my room, but I noticed that it didn’t come with the type I was wanting.
What I found on the Amazon was a number of options, and one of them was this air mattress that was actually made for people who live in trailers.
I was able to find that one on Amazon for a reasonable price.
Then I decided to use my savings and buy another one, but this one didn’t fit my particular needs.
So I decided I wanted a larger, heavier air mattress.
In this photo, you can see me working with a large air mattress on the left.
There were also some other mattresses available, but these were the ones I was really looking forward to using.
My second mattress was on my back, and I was going to sleep on it.
I needed to be out of here before the flood came.
Once I got my air mattress in the back of the trailer, I used the small one to sleep in the tent on my left.
It didn’t really fit me, but it had a lot of room in the bottom and it didn`t have a lot to go through.
It was also important to note that I had a spare mattress in my room that was used for a very short time and had been damaged by the hurricane, so I didn`ve to worry about it.
Finally, I got the third one in my trailer.
This one had to be a little bit bigger for me because I had to put my mattress on top of it, but there was a lot more room in it, so it was perfect for me.
But, that was just the beginning.
I also had to get a large mattress on my bed to make it comfortable to sleep.
I ended up finding one that I could fit in the same room, and this was a mattress that would fit my big head, but the mattress was not as comfortable as the one I was used to sleeping on.
To be honest, I didn’t know much about the fire service at that time.
I just knew that they were there and doing their jobs.
But as soon as I saw that they had a large number of fire engines, I thought, Oh my god, I am really in Houston.
By this point, the damage had been done, and the recovery effort was underway.
The first people to arrive were FEMA workers who had to do some digging and cleaning