When a catastrophic storm hit Baton Rouge last month, it sunk southern Louisiana in over five feet of water.
Over 40,000 homes have been destroyed, over 30,000 residents were displaced, and over 20,000 people had to be rescued by the Red Cross, Salvation Army, and Louisiana National Guard. The massive scale of this disaster prompted President Obama to declare a state of emergency for the state of Louisiana. It's estimated a flood of this magnitude happens only once in every 500 years.
In the wake of devastation, Adventures staff Reid Mason saw something remarkable.