It is no surprise that this is happening, most of the entire area is going to be a total loss and the cost to rebuild alone will be astronomical, if any company would insure future building in the soup bowl.
Right now the concern should be on how to stop (if even possible) the incoming flow of water into the city, and the continuing efforts to help the
stranded.....material items mean little at this time..
With the lack of power, lines of communication sketchy at best, these people who think they are gettting back at society, may just be under the
assumption that things will return to normal in the immediate future....
With the video of New Orleans and even worse the Mississippi and Alabama coast, this storm may take a couple of years to straighten out, what of the
thousands and thousands of now homeless people, I heard a report that the southern end of the Plaquemines parish has been reclaimed by the Mississippi
River which means, it no longer exists.....
I just hope these obviously uninformed people get the word from authorities that it is an extremely dangerous situation and they should get out of the
city before they end up perishing with the items they wrongly hold in such value......