Watch: Cajun Navy volunteers lead Hurricane Florence rescue efforts

· September 14, 2018  
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Cajun Navy rescue workers
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The heroic members of the Cajun Navy are back in action, working to rescue people put in danger by Hurricane Florence and aid relief efforts in North Carolina.

Videos have been posted to Facebook showing volunteer rescue efforts saving several people who were stranded by the storm, WBRZ reports.

Cajun Navy rescuing residents from flood in New Bern, NC

Video: Cajun Navy rescuing residents from rapidly rising tidal surge in New Bern, NC from #HurricaneFlorence AccuWeather

Posted by Reed Timmer Extreme Meteorologist on Friday, September 14, 2018

AccuWeather has additional Facebook Live video of rescue efforts.

RAW VIDEO: Reed Timmer helping with water rescues in New Bern, NC!

RAW VIDEO: Reed Timmer Extreme Meteorologist LIVE from New Bern, North Carolina, helping with water rescues. Watch from 26:00-36:00 as he helps the Cajun Navy rescue an elderly man from floodwaters.Significant flooding and wind damage, with numerous structures inundated and water rescues ongoing #HurricaneFlorence #facebooklive

Posted by AccuWeather on Friday, September 14, 2018

Fox News reports that Florence is “wreaking havoc” across the Carolinas as the Category 1 storm moves slowly inland, causing flooding. More than 600,000 people are without power.


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