LITTLE ROCK, Ark.

    — The roof is down on my family’s home in Little Rock, Ark., where my mother is a nurse.

    My father, the last person in the house, has not been seen in three weeks.

    I’m worried about my parents, but I’m also scared.

    This is the second time this year my mother and I have had to evacuate.

    We were supposed to stay here and see my father, but our neighbors said they are not moving in.

    It’s a big house and my house is not ready for a flood.

    When I went to get my mother’s water in, my husband said the house is only 50 percent habitable.

    She is a skilled water professional and she said it would take two weeks to get her to work and get the house ready for the next flood.

    She said, “The roof’s down, and the water’s still coming in.”

    She said she could barely see my parents through the window because they are at the hospital and my brother and sister are in the back.

    A neighbor said, `This is our home now.’

    The house is one of the last in Little Wood.

    The home is one big family.

    You see the trees and the animals.

    You can hear the water coming.

    I can’t imagine what the water would do to this house.

    I don’t know how much I’m going to be able to afford to rebuild, so I am asking everyone to help.

    Help is coming from across the country.

    My family is just the tip of the iceberg.

    Arkansas Gov.

    Mike Beebe has asked the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to take control of the city of Little Rock.

    The corps says it can use federal aid to rebuild parts of the house and make repairs to the roofs of nearby homes.

    It has said it has been in contact with the Little Rock mayor and city council.

    The U.s.

    Army said it is helping to rebuild the roof of the Little Wood home.

    It said it will be sending contractors to the house as soon as it can.

    Floods can cause damage to a home’s roof.

    In Little Rock and surrounding areas, flooding is a major issue.

    A 2010 study found that up to 30 percent of homes are flooded during flood season.

    In other areas, the storm surge caused by floods and erosion has forced many people to relocate to other parts of Arkansas.

    Some of the evacuees were in temporary shelters that were flooded when they moved, according to the governor’s office.

    The evacuee who lives in a trailer park is staying in her home with her mother and two younger children.

    Little Rock Mayor Jim Stossel has said he will be working with the U and the Army Corps to assist with the reconstruction effort.

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