Two LSU football players retrieved a child’s medicine from floodwaters

Wednesday October 28th, 2015

LSU football players Brandon Harris and Malachi Dupre helped a woman and her son after their car was caught in floodwaters Sunday in Baton Rouge.

The woman’s young son apparently had medication that was stuck in the car and the two players went in to retrieve it. 

Les Miles spoke to reporters Tuesday about the incident and said he was happy everyone, his players included, escaped unscathed.

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The local ABC affiliate, WBRZ, ran into Dupre while out covering the flooding and spoke to him about his good 

“I didn’t expect to be helping out on a rainy night, especially after a game last night, but duty calls,” Dupre told the station.

Dupre, a sophomore, is second on the team in receiving yards and first in touchdowns, while Harris is the starting quarterback.  

- Dan Gartland

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