South Florida gets help from Niagara Falls after hurricane

Posted at 3:22 AM, Sep 13, 2017

Six members of the 914th Civil Engineer Squadron, from the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, are in South Florida assisting in relief efforts after Hurricane Irma.

The length of their deployment is unknown.

Each of the six members of the 914th left Niagara Falls on Tuesday, landing at Homestead Air Reserve Base in Florida.


The members from Niagara Falls loaded up a C-130 with supplies -- including water, tools and other materials-- to help rebuild after the storm tore through Florida over the weekend.

They are joining other Air Force Reserve members from other units around the Northeast.