New Orleans Mississippi River safety Ally Wilson

A New Orleans father who lost his two daughters to the Mississippi River’s current is on a mission to prevent any further accidents. Allen Berry has been searching nonstop for his daughters Brandy Wilson and Ally Wilson, who slipped into the river over two weeks ago in Algiers. On Wednesday, Berry placed orange fencing up near the spot where they fell in. He has also been vocal on getting warning signs placed at the river to prevent anyone from having to experience what he is experiencing. Berry’s oldest daughter Brandy was pulled from the river last week behind the Domino Sugar Factory. Her body was found roughly five miles down river from where she fell in. The search for Ally has focused in on an area in Belle Chasse. United Cajun Navy volunteers say Ally’s body was spotted over the weekend, but the current pushed it under a barge. Volunteers sent a letter to the company where the barges are asking for help to locate her body.

A New Orleans father who lost his two daughters to the Mississippi River’s current is on a mission to prevent any further accidents.

Allen Berry has been searching nonstop for his daughters Brandy Wilson and Ally Wilson, who slipped into the river over two weeks ago in Algiers.

On Wednesday, Berry placed orange fencing up near the spot where they fell in. He has also been vocal on getting warning signs placed at the river to prevent anyone from having to experience what he is experiencing.

Berry’s oldest daughter Brandy was pulled from the river last week behind the Domino Sugar Factory. Her body was found roughly five miles down river from where she fell in.

The search for Ally has focused in on an area in Belle Chasse. United Cajun Navy volunteers say Ally’s body was spotted over the weekend, but the current pushed it under a barge.

Volunteers sent a letter to the company where the barges are asking for help to locate her body.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long added to this report.