Hurricane Ida hits ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ actor John Schneider’s Louisiana dwelling and studio
Actor John Schneider is amongst these to have their property broken by Hurricane Ida.
The 61-year-old “Dukes of Hazzard” actor’s dwelling and studio in Holden, Louisiana have been hit by the storm on Sunday evening, in accordance with his rep.
The star’s rep informed Fox Information that Schneider was in Nashville serving to to prepare Center Tennessee flood aid efforts when Ida hit, however is now on his means again to Holden.
The extent of the injury isn’t but identified, however a pal despatched a picture of Schneider’s studio from the street. Timber had been uprooted and lay atop the studio, whereas it seems that a automotive – which was beforehand elevated above the studio previous to the hurricane – was surrounded by vegetation as nicely.
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One other automotive, which appears just like the Basic Lee, sits in entrance of the studio with seen injury brought on by a tree.
When the picture made its means onto Twitter on Monday, Schneider mentioned that he was on the street to Holden together with his spouse Alicia and famous that it felt like they have been “the one ones on the street.”
“I’m [going to] get an actual take a look at the injury to mother’s home within the morning after which head again to TN to proceed flood aid,” he shared. “All folks and pups are good.”
The star joked: “Might have a Hurricane Sale at Miss Shirley’s!’ Quickly!”
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Schneider’s Holden dwelling has been broken by flooding earlier than, having been worn out by such a catastrophe in 2016, Nashville’s Fox affiliate reported final week.
Within the flood, the actor misplaced private gadgets, masters of unfinished movie tasks and memorabilia from his time within the movie business.
He and his spouse have been set to gather donations of hygiene gadgets, cleansing provides, water, air mattresses, batteries, gloves, sunscreen, trash web page, rakes and shovels, plastic tote bins, ice chests, non-perishable meals gadgets, diapers, pet meals, rest room paper, paper towels, socks, alcohol wipes and bandages.
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The duo was going to carry an 18-wheeler to 3 places throughout the state of Tennessee to gather the donations for victims of the historic rainfall in Humphreys County.
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Ida has induced widespread devastation in Louisiana. At the very least one individual has died and over 1,000,000 have been left with out energy.