At the height of Hurricane Zeta’s onslaught, one Hancock County couple had the scare of a lifetime.
When Zeta’s winds sent the house flying to the ground, Trey Camardelle’s parents, still inside, called him.
“Telling me that their house just collapsed and that they can’t get out.”
Winds were already at that point where Emergency calls couldn’t be dispatched. And as soon as Bayside Fire Department Fire Chief Tony Johnston heard the nature of the call, he rushed to the scene himself.
“Our team had to adapt and use a high-water truck from the Mississippi Highway Patrol to get those patients to emergency care.”