CAJUN NAVY HEADED TO SOUTH CAROLINA AHEAD OF

By | August 20, 2018

Cajun Navy headed to South Carolina ahead of Hurricane

The Cajun Navy is on the move again as the Carolinas brace for Hurricane Florence. The Advocate reports roughly 100 volunteers from a group called United Cajun Navy in Baton Rouge were preparing
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Hurricane Florence: Cajun Navy headed to South Carolina

The Cajun Navy, the famous volunteer rescue group that formed in Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina, is in Columbia, South Carolina, with at least two air boats and 600 Jeeps ahead of Hurricane
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‘MERICA! ‘Cajun Navy’ Already Ready To Help In The

The Cajun Navy, the famous volunteer rescue group that formed in Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina, is in Columbia, South Carolina, with at least two air boats and 600 Jeeps ahead of Hurricane Florence
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Cajun Navy headed to South Carolina ahead of Hurricane Florence: reports. The Advocate reports 100 volunteers from the Baton Rouge area were preparing to drive out on Wednesday.
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Louisiana’s Cajun Navy Arrives in South Carolina | South

The Louisiana Cajun Navy have arrived in South Carolina ahead of landfall of Hurricane Florence. The Louisiana Cajun Navy are informal volunteer groups comprised of private boat owners who assist in search and rescue efforts. They were formed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and reactivated in the aftermaths of the 2016 Louisiana floods and Hurricane Harvey.
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Cajun Navy heads to Carolinas as Hurricane Florence

The United Cajun Navy met up and collected supplies at the Walmart on O’Neal Lane before heading out Wednesday Sept. 12, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. and South Carolina. for North Carolina
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‘Help These People and Help Save Lives’: Cajun Navy Sends

Sep 14, 2018 · Thousands of North and South Carolina residents evacuated their homes ahead of Hurricane Florence. But some volunteers actually headed toward …
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AMERICA AT WORK: Cajun Navy already on the ground in the

The Cajun Navy, the famous volunteer rescue group that formed in Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina, is in Columbia, South Carolina, with at least two air boats and 600 Jeeps ahead of Hurricane
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