Valley Shrimpers Taking Refuge in Florida, Louisiana
UPDATE (5/30): Rio Grande Valley shrimpers are now back out at sea.
Gulf waters have begun to calm as Alberto has become a tropical depression.
We're told taking refuge was mandatory.
WESLACO – Rio Grande Valley shrimpers are taking refuge in Florida and Louisiana because of Alberto.
Many Valley shrimpers were fishing along the coast.
One shrimper says a storm in the gulf can be devastating and potentially deadly if caught unprepared.
Watch the video above for more information.
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