Harvey hit southeast Texas as a Category 4 hurricane Friday. Officials think more than 30,000 people will need temporary shelter.
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Houston authorities continued to battle overwhelming flooding on Monday only comparable to scenes straight out of a Hollywood film. Officials said police had rescued at least 1,000 people in the last eight hours, bringing that to total of 3,052. (Aug. 28)
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Some of the people evacuating or being rescued from the floods in Houston, Texas are gathering at a gas station in northeast Houston. Trucks are bringing the evacuees to the station, and some are going from there to shelters. (Aug. 29)
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An elderly disabled woman and her family were among hundreds of people in and around Houston rescued from the floodwaters left by Hurricane Harvey.
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Volunteers out in force in the flooded roads of Spring, Texas to help rescue residents stranded in their homes after Hurricane Harvey.(Aug. 23)
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The city of Houston is working on opening another “major” shelter for people fleeing flooding from Harvey as the George S. Brown Convention Center reaches capacity. Many evacuees say they left with just the clothes on their backs. (Aug. 28)
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Volunteers out in force in the flooded roads of Spring, Texas to help rescue residents stranded in their homes after Hurricane Harvey. (Aug. 28)
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Video shows a family being rescued from their flooded home in League City, Texas after Hurricane Harvey.
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Horses are seen among Harvey rescue volunteers in Houston, Texas.