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    Default New Orleans FF need help

    One of our department members is working on the relief effort in Slidell, LA. He met a retired New Orleans Fire Captain whose home was completly flooded. This Ret. Captain stated that a number of firefighters that live in the community of Slidell, LA suffered the same damage. Many if not most of these firefighters are still working to protect the citiznes of their respective community.

    Ret. Captain Glenn LaCombe asked for assistance with pumps and nozzles to help pump the water and sludge out if his house and the houses of the other brothers and sister firefighters.

    If anyone in the area of Slidell, LA. could help him he would be greatly aprreciatvie. Below is his contact number...

    Glenn LaCombe
    504-578-6896 or 985-641-5550

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firetown1
    One of our department members is working on the relief effort in Slidell, LA. He met a retired New Orleans Fire Captain whose home was completly flooded. This Ret. Captain stated that a number of firefighters that live in the community of Slidell, LA suffered the same damage. Many if not most of these firefighters are still working to protect the citiznes of their respective community.

    Ret. Captain Glenn LaCombe asked for assistance with pumps and nozzles to help pump the water and sludge out if his house and the houses of the other brothers and sister firefighters.

    If anyone in the area of Slidell, LA. could help him he would be greatly aprreciatvie. Below is his contact number...

    Glenn LaCombe
    504-578-6896 or 985-641-5550

    Though your intentions are noble you shouldn't post someones contact info on the web. I would suggest you have interested parties email you and then you can disseminate the info if required.
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