An Austin, Texas-based hotel group provided 100 free rooms to Hurricane Ida evacuees till Wednesday.
Bunkhouse Hotels advised FOX 7 Austin that the entire 100 rooms at six of its hotel areas together with its Austin Motel, Hotel San José, Hotel Magdalena and Carpenter Hotel in Austin; its Hotel Havana in San Antonio; and its Stagecoach Inn in Salado had been stuffed by Monday.
“Our hearts are with our friends in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama,” the resorts mentioned in two equivalent Aug. 28 Facebook posts. “If you are an evacuee of Hurricane Ida, we have a room for you starting tomorrow through Wednesday — free of charge.”
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City officers over the weekend urged southeastern Louisiana residents to evacuate the realm as Hurricane Ida made landfall with sustained most winds of 150 mph, leaving about 1,000,000 houses with out energy.
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Bunkhouse advised Fox News it is usually working with a Louisiana-based nonprofit known as Tankproof to put collectively a provides drive for important gadgets comparable to toiletries and private hygiene gadgets, socks, blankets, child provides, non-perishable gadgets, first assist provides and extra.
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