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many of you will remember this preview that we showed you last month of the special mission we were invited on by our friend colonel John, ever since you've been asking what happened? where did you go? what did you see? well today is the day you find out Sunday, November 15th, 2020 hurricane Iota has just become a category two hurricane and heading straight for us, projected to become a category 5 hurricane, and the second category 5 in as many weeks to take aim at the small Colombian islands of San Andres and Providencia, causing more damage than any storm in recorded history 5 30 a.m on our next mission black ops good morning sir (good morning) (okay it's for you) everything is good? (yeah very good sir) okay we are ready (hey you) see you Seb huh morning sir (yes) and yes we are at the airport waiting on the police plane, and we are going to Providence to witness first hand, yeah, things that are not good, but we get to see the progress in the cleanup and rebuilding efforts so that will be good loading the planes up now with parts (each sector it to a different kind of force) (okay they also is a clean and start to rebuild in everything, and the police have a special sector to do this) (and they guaranteed the security inside the island too because very very very soon they start to reopen bank a supermarket and some activity) oh that's fast (yeah it's very fast, okay thank you so much thanks) we ready (guys full of potato, a lot of potato) on our way to the plane, guys aren't going to believe this we're flying on a Colombian DC-3 island hopping from San Andres to Providencia (potato bag, flour, chicken) yeah I don't mind telling you what an incredible opportunity this is for us we are very lucky to be here you know what year this plane was made John? (yes) she's been well looked after nice (and they are 12 year they drive this plane, is like they baby) they know it very well (yeah) great (hey Rick. this is the old station building, police station building) old police station yeah (yeah they start to put the roof of the antenna you saw it's completely on the land now, they make a provisory kitchen here and before this was a rescue dog) (they have a lot of rescue dogs here now from the hurricane, they invite us to make a video today and say hello) (this is some of the dog they rescue once more, now they give it to in donation) (and they have a contract and try to build in this house this place the same like a house dog) (all right this is a foundation for the.. well what happened with the hurricane, uh we had here
like 70 at darks and 15 hearts like this field on the ground and a lot of daggers on the road we catch back this amount and the rest we feeding them on the on the road we go for them meanwhile we get to establish but uh to put up all the dogs here and well it's very difficult to hang out with yourself with it right now we've been what we'll try and do best, to continue their thing or supposed to be at least the dogs getting their food two times a day on water until we can get.. what we need right now is help (nice dog eh?) I'm sure they'll be happy to go home just like everybody else (yeah I think so, they are very happy for the christmas times and body, thinking make a good gift for the little sons) oh yeah, I've seen when I used to sit here for beers (the anchor here now is going to destroy it) can honestly say we've had better days to see our second favorite island completely destroyed, completely in turmoil, there's nothing left, I mean yeah they're trying to rebuild it as fast as possible but man they're gonna have to take everything down to scrap first and rebuilt from scratch there's nothing left I've seen my share of hurricane destroyed islands and you know this is the first time I've really seen one completely destroyed anyway our hearts go to all those affected here and in San Andres of course not nearly as bad, but here is just total devastation we can see why they've been evacuating and abandoning the island but uh there's just nothing to go home to right now so... but the military and police and armada everybody's grouping together do their job and they're doing a good job that's all I can say we were... we witnessed everything today and they got a lot of people here a lot of forces and everybody is just working to the common goal (and I don't want to think really the people that would've been here during the hurricane because wow making me scared and my skin is is highlight that only thinking that is so afraid to scare me_ yeah we dealt with 70 miles an hour 70 knots whatever it was nobody was counting at that point, but here was 150 and yeah the police at the the police station there said when they were trapped inside they said they saw the horses get picked up and go flying past in the air airborne and that's not something anybody really wants to see so anyway we hope that they can get back on track here and the government seems to be doing everything they can there's lots of people here lots of money being spent, a ton of huge heavy equipment they're clearing fast so we'll see how it goes but to all those in Providencia our heart goes out to you we're with you as we're doing everything we can so we just hope it helps well that was an incredible day, you know it had its ups and its downs but overall an incredible adventure I want to thank our good friend colonel John very much for inviting us on this very special opportunity thank you sir, thank you (you're welcome sir) thank you, yeah (wow it's my big honor) very big honor, yeah I don't know what to say about that, it was quite a day