VIDEO: Georgia Officers Rescue American Flag Toppled by Hurricane Irma

Lt. Greg Ernst and Capt. Ashley Brown of the Savannah-Chatham (GA) Metropolitan Police Department rescued an American flag that had fallen on Highway 80 on Sept. 11 after Hurricane Irma caused flooding. They returned to the area Wednesday to put the flag back.

The agency posted on Facebook that “The officers said they wanted the important landmark back in time to greet residents when they returned home.”

 

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