CNN is reporting that the Cajun Navy, a group of volunteers who help first responders rescue people during hurricanes and other natural disasters, is already pre-deployed to South Carolina ahead of Hurricane Florence:
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
— CNN (@CNN) September 11, 2018
CNN is quoting member Clyde Cain:
The Cajun Navy is in Columbia, SC ahead of Hurricane Florence.
Member Clyde Cain says Cajun Navy has been in touch with DHS, FEMA, and local agencies to assist in efforts in the region.
They have access to at least two air boats and 600 Jeeps.
— Kristen Holmes (@KristenhCNN) September 11, 2018
Other members are headed to smaller towns “across the Carolinas”:
Just spoke to the OG Cajun Navy (there are a lot of splinter groups). They are not currently here in Columbia. They are going to head to smaller towns that desperately need rescue help across the Carolinas. https://t.co/3IsZArFzCO
— Emily Bohatch (@emilybohatch) September 11, 2018
Matt Drudge sounds the alarm as Hurricane Florence heads toward the Carolinas https://t.co/bGJ7jSKYgO
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 10, 2018
GRAPHICS FAIL: Meteorologist turns Hurricane Florence update into something dirty https://t.co/b1CoOiqoVS
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 11, 2018