Have you lost someone to extreme weather? We want to hear from you

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Have you lost someone to extreme weather? We want to hear from you

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A truck sits in still water after Hurricane Laura swept through Cameron Parish, La., in 2020. The storm killed dozens of people in the U.S.

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A truck sits in still water after Hurricane Laura swept through Cameron Parish, La., in 2020. The storm killed dozens of people in the U.S.

Ryan Kellman/NPR

Have you lost someone in an extreme weather event, such as a wildfire, flash flood, hurricane or heat wave?

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