Cocaine Worth $97 Million Offloaded by Coast Guard in Fort Lauderdale

The US Coast Guard unloaded approximately 7,250 pounds of cocaine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on February 4, a seizure worth more than $97 million according to the Department of Defense.

Video captured by Petty Officer 3rd Class Jose Hernandez shows the Coast Guard Cutter Campbell crew offloading the confiscated bundles.

The defense department reported the Campbell crew had patrolled the Eastern Pacific Ocean, supporting enhanced counter-narcotics operations and helping to disrupt international crime organizations. Credit: DVIDS/US Coast Guard via Storyful