BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - The Cajun Army has moved back into Baton Rouge, this time to give out food and drinks to flood victims, who are still trying to get back on their feet.
The Cajun Army says they came prepared with enough food to feed 20,000 people, with one donation of at least 10,000 pounds of chicken. Victims lined up at the Hope Community Methodist Church on Evangeline St. in Baton Rouge. Organizers say it was a struggle to get everything together, but they had some help.
"For me to sit here and pretend like I'm in charge is a joke. There's something much larger that's in charge here. There's divine intervention that's going on," said Chris King, Cajun Army founder.
The Cajun Army says all of the food from Saturday's event was donated.