Filipino workers: Oil company abandoned us in Hurricane Ida


              FILE -  A view of flood damaged buildings are seen as President Joe Biden (not pictured) inspects the damage from Hurricane Ida on the Marine One helicopter during an aerial tour of communities in Laffite, Grand Isle, Port Fourchon and Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, on Sept. 3, 2021. Ten Filipino men who worked for a major offshore oil industry employer claim in a federal lawsuit in Feburary 2022 that they were treated like prisoners at a company bunkhouse — and that two of them were abandoned there when Hurricane Ida struck the Louisiana Gulf Coast in 2021. (Jonathan Ernst/Pool via AP, File)
            
              FILE -  In this aerial photo taken with a drone, flood waters surround storm damaged homes on Aug. 31, 2021, in Lafourche Parish, La., as residents try to recover from the effects of Hurricane Ida. Ten Filipino men who worked for a major offshore oil industry employer claim in a federal lawsuit in Feburary 2022 that they were treated like prisoners at a company bunkhouse — and that two of them were abandoned there when Hurricane Ida struck the Louisiana Gulf Coast in 2021. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)
            
              In this image from video, Renato Decena, left, and Rosel Hernandez sit for a video interview with The Associated Press on Sept. 13, 2022. The two are among 10 workers from the Philippines who claim in a federal lawsuit about pay, housing conditions and treatment by a Louisiana-based major offshore oil industry employer in Louisiana. (AP Photo)
            
              FILE -  In this aerial photo taken with a drone, flood waters surround storm damaged homes on Aug. 31, 2021, in Lafourche Parish, La., as residents try to recover from the effects of Hurricane Ida. Ten Filipino men who worked for a major offshore oil industry employer claim in a federal lawsuit in Feburary 2022 that they were treated like prisoners at a company bunkhouse — and that two of them were abandoned there when Hurricane Ida struck the Louisiana Gulf Coast in 2021. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)