Minnesota Guard Responds to Flooding

By www.Army.milAugust 21, 2007

Pvt. Shawlee Sudduth and Sgt. Paul Crosby assist homeowner Bonnie Oldham in Winona.
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A UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter from the Minnesota National Guard surveys the damage and participates in rescue and recovery efforts. Notice that this house has floated away from its foundations and landed on some railroad tracks.
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Soldiers assist local law enforcement with traffic management in Winona.
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Pfcs. Mike Ramos and Mark Limberg escort Bonnie Oldham and her cat Silvester out of their damaged home, which was carried away by the flood.
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Spc. Pam Anderson provides first aid to a Winona resident.
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