Navy SEAL helicopters rescue hundreds of people in Harvey-ravaged Texas
The Navy rescue swimmer with the Norfolk-based Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 7, the “Dusty Dogs,” hoisted himself down from the MH-60 Seahawk flying over southeast Houston on Monday night. He remembers finding a mother with two children with asthma and an uncle who’d recently had a kidney transplant. Worrying the kids would run out of inhalers, Harlow said, he shuttled the family onto a rescue basket to be lifted to safety before heading back out into the complex’s flooded parking lot in search of others.
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