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A makeshift 'Cajun Navy' of boats is mounting its own Dunkirk to rescue victims of Harvey

L.A. Times Wednesday, 30 August 2017
In no other place in America would there be a traffic jam like this.

On U.S. 90 east of Houston on Wednesday morning, hundreds of trucks, many of them towing boats, were in bumper-to-bumper traffic fording six inches of floodwater — the remnants of Tropical Storm Harvey's second swing at south...
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News video: The apps that are saving Harvey victims

▶ The apps that are saving Harvey victims 01:30

The Cajun Navy is utilizing several apps in their efforts to rescue victims of Tropical Storm Harvey.

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