FOX 17 producer Bridget Kennedy has been trying to stay out of the way of her three friends who let her move into their apartment after she was forced to evacuate.
A picture from an employee at the Plaza Towers showed the floor of the basement, mostly clear of water Monday.
The building’s owners indicated that they placed two large heaters there Saturday to dry the floors.
They also told residents that refrigerators had been cleaned out in the building and the waste bags removed Saturday.
Kennedy went inside her condo Monday to get more clothes and to find out what was going on inside.She said the hallways were clean and organized although she did detect a smell of rotting fruit.
Kennedy found out that her fridge had been emptied except for condiments and other items that wouldn’t have been affected by the lack of refrigeration due to the power being shut off.
She’s happy someone cleaned her fridge and was grateful for being able to get back in, but wants an estimate on when she can come back for good.
“I just wish that they would give us a date. If it`s this week, great. If it`s in three weeks, we have to deal with what we have to deal with, but I would just like to know because we have to prepare,” said Kennedy.