LSU basketball coach and United Cajun Navy bring food and supplies to Hurricane Ida victims

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St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office (Greg Champagne)

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – LSU Basketball Coach Will Wade joined members of the United Cajun Navy to help out those who are still recovering from Hurricane Ida.

The day started in Baton Rouge at 9:00 a.m. on Airline Hwy.

A caravan left from the United Cajun Navy Warehouse and headed towards Luling and Houma.

The caravan included food and supplies.

Image courtesy of St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office (Greg Champagne)

The arrival of the caravan in St. Charles Parish was a welcome sight.

Sheriff Greg Champagne of the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office posted this message on Facebook:

The United Cajun Navy has again rolled in with tons of supplies of all types which we will scramble as quickly as we can to get to the streets. LSU Basketball Coach Will Wade was working with them, it was great to meet him. Even some UCN members from Alabama were with them. That was cool!! License plates from all over the country!

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