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I understand frustration. When you have a storm of this magnitude, where the effects and the impact will be over an extended period of time. We're not talking about a few days, quite frankly, we're not even talking about a few weeks, we're talking about months. This is gonna cost a great deal on so many different levels.
And of the times we talk about cost, but let me tell you, the emotional cost that this storm is having, that's hard to measure. But for people in, for example, in the shelters, and people at home, the emotional cost, and that's what we have to be very sensitive to and respond to.
And that's why it's important for people to know, that we are going to everything in our power to address the situation and to minimize that adverse effect.