#LouisianaFlood on TwitterLooking at the HelpServiceCo twitter, the current hashtag #LouisianaFlood is trending. So many people are sharing heart warming stories of people selflessly helping others out during the flood. Like the tweet shared by Michaela Pereira
Or Plaquemines Home Land Security Tweet#LouisianaFlood: The @RaginCajunsFB football team from the @ULLafayette showed up to help flood victims. # https://t.co/kM2IfG7xh4— Michaela Pereira (@Michaela) August 18, 2016
To help with flood fighting, @Plaquemines_Gov gave @SJBPgov & @stjamesparishla 1000s of filled & empty sandbags: pic.twitter.com/e6z9TbVVfb— Plaquemines - OHSEP (@PlaqEoc) August 17, 2016
The Heroes of the Cajun NavyWe also learned about the Cajun Navy, @OutwardOn which is a loosely connected band of volunteers who sprang into action during Katrina. These volunteers patrol the flood zone in boats rescuing stranded people and pets.
The #CajunNavy heroes of the #LouisianaFlood + how you can help https://t.co/KAlTaNVlRq pic.twitter.com/XFX1xoZ0BI— Outward On (@OutwardOn) August 18, 2016
Need to File and Insurance Claim?If you're home has been affected by the flood, and need to file an insurance claim, check out this post from Senator David Vitter for assistance.
Filing flood insurance claim can be a daunting task. Here's some helpful info for those affected by #LouisianaFlood. pic.twitter.com/jkrgYxwloB— David Vitter (@DavidVitter) August 18, 2016