[Inaudible] Yeah [Inaudible] Yeah. Now, did you evacuate or [Inaudible] They used to help with [Inaudible] [Inaudible] and they contacted us as the water might be rising [Inaudible] at around 8 p.m. [Inaudible] And then at 1 a.m., after it stopped raining, [Inaudible] all sirens went off [Inaudible] in the house [Inaudible] So, I ended [Inaudible] Maybe when we[Inaudible] [Inaudible] [Inaudible] From pictures you can see it on the first floor [Inaudible] [Inaudible] outside you the house [Inaudible] very helpful [Inaudible] [Inaudible] Gas leak [Inaudible] [Inaudible] [Inaudible] You're right [Inaudible] Yeah. We were like 20 minutes away, and, uh, [Inaudible] we were next door. President Biden [Inaudible] The level of damage we've seen today [Inaudible] Yeah. That is incredible. Yes, I was thankful[Inaudible] I was surprised by is that [Inaudible] Otherwise, let's not assume that it generate a water height that went up in some cases almost to the windows of these homes over -- literally over your head according to the folks here. That is pretty amazing. I've seen that before. That's [Inaudible] have changed. They're just telling me about this home that -- why won't you explain to me what's happened because it was really fascinating unfortunate thing? So, we were able to get out of our home the night before the flooding started. And then we had a warning from a friend, we have a four-month old baby so we got out out early, around 8 p.m. And then around 1 a.m. or so my husband, my father, we came back where the flooding came to get our cats. We had about five hours from the house and the sirens started going off. So, they were able to grab me two items like that, and then I had to evacuate. Probably, I want to say by 2 a.m. or 3 a.m. the water started coming in and it's very fast. Within a few hours we got a lot of water in the basement -- the whole basement is flooded. And then we got several inches in the past where I'm not sure how much but the first first floor would have and everything would have been ruined anyway. Our plan was to come back once the water had gone down. Our daughter's nursery is on the second floor. So, over there, another corner? Yeah. Half of the corner [Inaudible] and the other half the nursery is down the street. And our plan was to go in and save all our belongings, but unfortunately, probably around 2 or 3 o'clock on Thursday, the higher -- Thank God you didn't come back. Yeah. Thank God we're not -- nobody in the area wasn't able to come back yet because the water was so high. So, um, we're extremely grateful that we were able to -- all of us in the community, we were able to not be here when this happens. They told or [Inaudible] gave you warning about what was coming and what will happen? Um, we just thought it was going to be a heavy rainstorm. We have been tracking a little bit how high the water was rising. But we've lived here for four years, and we've never experienced a flood. So, us, personally, we didn't know what to expect. Um, so, we only just left early just because we had a baby. We didn't know. But I think everyone kind of found out around 1 a.m. when the sirens went off. And maybe some people knew that this one -- This is her husband. Yeah. This is my husband. Hi, everyone. Thank God, you're safe. Thank God, yes. That's the most important thing. I hope you rebuild [Inaudible] Yeah. Thank you, Mr. President. OK. We're very grateful that you came here. Thank you very much.