Louisiana Christmas Ladder

This was a common sight last year after the Louisiana floods.

Many people lived in “no-flood zones” which didn’t require flood insurance. While they were still rebuilding their homes and lives, ladders were used as make shift Christmas trees.

Unfortunately many are still not back in their homes. Pinnacle Search and Rescue wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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