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GuppieGrouper
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Kentwood LA
      #53482 - Fri Sep 02 2005 08:46 AM

I have just had a request for information about an older couple in Kentwood Louisianna. Can any one tell me the geographical conditions of this area and the next largest city next to it. They are in their 80's and in an extremely rural area. No one has heard from them since the storm ( hopefully due to phone service). I would like to pass this information along because the airforce reserves out of Georgia are on standby to go into the area as soon as the word is given. Please advise if possible. Thanks

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