Cajun Navy Volunteers Stage Rescue Operation After Hurricane Ida Leaves Millions Trapped

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United Cajun Navy volunteers are staging a rescue mission after Hurricane Ida left millions of people trapped without power, Fox News reported Monday.

“We have guys that are cutting their way into Houma, Louisiana right now,” said president of the United Cajun Navy, Todd Terrell, according to Fox News. “Because a lot of people down below Houma, Louisiana that are in a desperate state.” (RELATED: Hurricane Ida Isn’t Done Yet After Ravaging Louisiana. Super Storm Now Heading Toward Several Other States)

President Joe Biden declared a state of emergency for Louisiana on Friday.