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 Vincent Laforet - “Bringing the light was probably one of the smartest 'tools' that I brought for a few reasons I was encouraged to leave it on at all times. Just yesterday a National Guard lieutenant told me that it was a great idea, because they are told to treat any incoming vehicle as a potential threat. When they see you coming from afar with a blinking light they immediately put their guard down a notch.”
 Vincent Laforet - “Bringing the light was probably one of the smartest 'tools' that I brought for a few reasons I was encouraged to leave it on at all times. Just yesterday a National Guard lieutenant told me that it was a great idea, because they are told to treat any incoming vehicle as a potential threat. When they see you coming from afar with a blinking light they immediately put their guard down a notch.”
 Carmen Laforet - “That profound night freedom was agreeable and exciting.”
 Carmen Laforet - “I write short, my words tight to the thread of the narrative.”
 Carmen Laforet - “When I left, I had learnt nothing. I took nothing with me. At least, that's what I thought then.”
 Carmen Laforet - “It was the first time I traveled alone, but I was not scared.”
 Vincent Laforet - “Bringing the light was probably one of the smartest 'tools' that I brought for a few reasons I was encouraged to leave it on at all times. Just yesterday a National Guard lieutenant told me that it was a great idea, because they are told to treat any incoming vehicle as a potential threat. When they see you coming from afar with a blinking light they immediately put their guard down a notch.”
 Vincent Laforet - “Bringing the light was probably one of the smartest 'tools' that I brought for a few reasons I was encouraged to leave it on at all times. Just yesterday a National Guard lieutenant told me that it was a great idea, because they are told to treat any incoming vehicle as a potential threat. When they see you coming from afar with a blinking light they immediately put their guard down a notch.”
 Vincent Laforet - “Bringing the light was probably one of the smartest 'tools' that I brought for a few reasons I was encouraged to leave it on at all times. Just yesterday a National Guard lieutenant told me that it was a great idea, because they are told to treat any incoming vehicle as a potential threat. When they see you coming from afar with a blinking light they immediately put their guard down a notch.”
 Vincent Laforet - “Many have decided to leave their families to come help down here, often as volunteers, ... The people you will photograph have lost absolutely everything and have no access to news or information on how they can overcome this. Most are in a virtual time warp with no idea of how grand the scale of this disaster is (there are no newspapers being distributed here, no access to the Internet, and no power for television) nor what the future will bring.”