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Young Family Survives Dangerous Hurricane In Extreme Evacuation | Trapped S1 EP6 | Wonder

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Hurricane Katrina was one of the worst natural disasters that American citizens had to face, but add the immense flooding to a myriad of medical ailments and electrical equipment and you have a recipe for true emergency.

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Date: May 6, 2020

20 thoughts on “Young Family Survives Dangerous Hurricane In Extreme Evacuation | Trapped S1 EP6 | Wonder

  1. I watched this pouring tears. Just saying…. praise those drs and nurses and personnel and those precious parents for their ingenuity. And that amazing pilot. The young man's nurse was so dedicated to him. Everyone is a super HERO!!

  2. Cried thru the whole thing. 2005 and the memories flood back. it was so hot that August and we were 5hrs away but NOLA was on our mind all the time. Didnt know it at the time but my future daughter in law was in Baton Rouge. God was with those heroes for sure. They were divinely there on purpose.

  3. Great story! After Katrina, all of our hospitals experienced the same problem of having to find a way to transport the most at-risk patients before the generators stopped functioning. It was a panic situation everywhere.

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