While much attention has been on the Confederate flag this week, a Baton Rouge car wash manager has gone viral for the way she handled our American flag during a storm.

A Facebook post from Babcock Partners, LLC. described the scene at a local Baton Rouge car wash earlier today when terrible thunderstorms rolled through south Louisiana. Her name is Jena Domingues—and after posting her story we also learned that she is from Breaux Bridge and is a former Crawfish Festival queen.

About an hour ago, a terrible thunderstorm rumbled through Baton Rouge. One of our partners, Stephen Babcock, was...

Posted by Babcock Partners, LLC on Tuesday, June 23, 2015

So far, the Facebook post has been shared over 10,000 times (at the time of this post) as the car wash manager continues to go viral for the noble way she honored our nation's flag.

We ask that you share this post as well, so that Jena can get recognized for her patriotic actions.

It's definitely way better than seeing hatred spewed over the debate of that other flag.

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