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One year after Hurricane Ida, residents of Terrebone reflect on the devastation

A view of flood damaged buildings are seen as US President Joe Biden (not pictured) inspects the damage from Hurricane Ida onboard Marine One during an aerial tour of communities in Laffite, Grand Isle, Port Fourchon and Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, September 3, 2021. (Jonathan Ernst/AFP via Getty Images)
A view of flood damaged buildings are seen as US President Joe Biden (not pictured) inspects the damage from Hurricane Ida onboard Marine One during an aerial tour of communities in Laffite, Grand Isle, Port Fourchon and Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, September 3, 2021. (Jonathan Ernst/AFP via Getty Images)

It’s been one year since Hurricane Ida made landfall in Southeast Louisiana. Terrebonne Parish was hard hit and is still recovering.

WWNO’s Kezia Setyawan spoke with some residents about their experiences.

Carolyn Marcel points to the rosebushes she placed outside of the FEMA trailer that they have been living in since December. (Kezia Setyawan)

Photo of Carolyn Marcel’s family and her father before he passed away. (Kezia Setyawan)

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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