AUSTIN -- Victims of the Halloween flood are bracing for the coldest night of the year. Some are staying in travel trailers, tents and houses without electricity and heat.
"All we have is a campfire to keep us warm, that's it," said Debbie Lozano. "We are going to be really, really cold."
Lozano and her boyfriend Richard Nielson slept in a tent for days near their home on Bluff Springs Road.
"Both of our vehicles got flooded out, so we can't come and go and take care of our dogs," she said. "So we have to stay here."
This weekend volunteers gutted their water-soaked home. They will have to sleep on a donated air mattress inside without insulated walls or heat.
"It's not that bad once you get under the covers, but it's going to get cold," said Nielson.
On Wild Onion Drive Michael Eddy is living in a tiny travel trailer. He's 6'4 so it's a cramped space, but he does have an electric heater.
"It's cramped but it's cozy," said Eddy.
Austin Interfaith volunteers handed out blankets, towels and food Tuesday evening. They say flood victims need more donations including heaters.
"So many people still need so much help," said Ofelia Zapata.