A Canadian Search and Rescue team arrived in a flooded New Orleans suburb to save trapped residents 5 days before the US military or FEMA arrived; even while floodwaters were still 8 feet deep in places. The team has been lauded by a Louisiana Senator for their quick response.
Two FEMA officials reached the parish on Sunday and the U.S. Army arrived on Monday, said Senator Walter Boasso.
“Why does it take them seven days to get the Army in?” Boasso asked.
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