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At this moment we still have 2,600 people, approximately 2,600 people in 35 emergency shelters. A lot of the people have no idea how bad their home conditions are. I talked to people in Princeville yesterday. I had to tell them, because I saw it from the air, that their houses are under water.
And, That's tough to tell an individual. And I feel so sorry for them. And as I cannot say even more, it's the poorest of the poor, many people who cannot afford this type of disaster to hit their family. It's hitting them the most. And that's where our major priority is, to help those who can least afford having this type of disaster with them and their family.