Massive flooding continues to wreak havoc throughout Louisiana in what is being called the "worst U.S. disaster since Hurricane Sandy."
Thousands across the state have lost their homes, belongings, and livelihoods to the floodwaters. At least 13 people have died so far.
In the midst of the crisis, residents are banding together to save their neighbors.
30,000 people have been rescued from their homes and businesses, many by family and friends, others by hundreds of anonymous volunteers — strangers who dropped everything to help others.