Hurricane Harvey rescue workers shared shots of what appears to be alcohol, as they navigated a boat through flooded Houston streets, according to video taken by Houston’s Fox 26 television station.
The two news anchors, Kaitlin Monte and Tom Zizka, had a slight disagreement over what the rescue workers were sharing.
“Look at them sharing water just out of the cap of that bottle. It’s fantastic,” Monte said.
“Yeah, I’m not sure that that was water,” Zizka responded as one rescue worker continued passing around shots out of a tall, glass bottle.
Monte agreed the with Zizka and gave the rescue workers her approval.
“Whatever, they need to feel better, guys,” Monte said.
Hurricane Harvey brought massive flooding to the coastal region of Texas and Houston in particular. Emergency personnel are stretched thin and some victims have resorted to pitching tents on the tops of their houses while waiting for evacuation.
Numerous good Samaritans have traveled to Houston to help or sent aid. The Cajun Navy, formed during Hurricane Katrina, has brought its boats and members to Houston to help. Bass Pro Shops has donated over 80 Tracker boats to aid emergency efforts.
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