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Free fuel giveaway to continue for Cameron Parish residents

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Posted at 8:41 AM, Sep 29, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-29 09:41:34-04

A Broussard company will be back in Cameron Parish this week to provide free fuel to residents impacted by Hurricane Laura.

Macro Companies Inc. will return to the Creole Fire Station in Cameron Parish for the distribution.

Free gasoline and Diesel fuel will be given out while supplies last from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm on the following dates:

  • Wednesday, September 30
  • Friday, October 2

The company was in Cameron Parish on Monday to provide free fuel to residents.

Broussard company offering free fuel to Cameron Parish residents

Macro Companies says that it deployed several hundred personnel and fuel trucks to southwest Louisiana to help in recovery efforts.

Fuel has been distributed to local utility companies and to support the Louisiana Department of Agriculture's emergency fuel contract. The contract provides fuel to Search and Rescue, First Responders, State Agencies and critical infrastructure generators, the company says.

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