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San Joaquin man recalls helping Katrina victims

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Posted: Sunday, November 13, 2005 10:00 pm

As a former Eagle Scout, 25-year-old Brian Barringer knows how to survive in an uncontrolled environment. But his expertise is camping and fishing in a forest, not wading in a sea of strangers displaced by two major hurricanes.

Still, after hurricane Katrina devastated Louisiana and pushed evacuees into Texas - and then Hurricane Rita struck Texas and forced them and a new wave of distraught people even deeper inland - Barringer knew he could do something to help.

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