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

 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.
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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Rebecca Hersher (she/her) is a reporter on NPR's Science Desk, where she reports on outbreaks, natural disasters, and environmental and health research. Since coming to NPR in 2011, she has covered the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, embedded with the Afghan army after the American combat mission ended, and reported on floods and hurricanes in the U.S. She's also reported on research about puppies. Before her work on the Science Desk, she was a producer for NPR's Weekend All Things Considered in Los Angeles.