Volunteer Helicopter Team Discovers Stranded Villagers in the Bahamas

Nicole Rojas
Sep 18, 2019 - 11:23
Volunteer Helicopter Team Discovers Stranded Villagers in the Bahamas

A helicopter pilot conducting volunteer flights in the Bahamas in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian discovered nearly 40 people stranded in a destroyed area. The discovery was made during flights to hurricane-ravaged areas of Little Abaco Island with MEDIC Corps, a volunteer group that helps people affected by natural disasters. Justin Johnson, owner of Timberview Helicopters, and his wife Angela Bartlett-Johnson were traveling to Fox Town on Little Abaco Island with reporter Vic Micolucci when they first noticed a debris field below, NBC News reported. The Jacksonville, Florida reporter asked Justin if anyone could be in the debris field, but the volunteers dismissed the notion. However, Justin...

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