AFTERMATH: Hurricane Harvey Flood Houston Texas – Flooded In Corpus Christi TX 8/29/2017!!!



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“Catastrophic and life-threatening” floods have hit the city in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, with thousands evacuated or forced to flee their homes. The National Weather Service is reporting five people have been killed in the storms.

Texas Houston Flood 2017: Houston Hit by ‘Catastrophic Flooding’ from Hurricane Harvey, Hundreds Rescued. Hundreds of water rescues were underway in Houston early Sunday.

Houston is being inundated with “unprecedented” devastating flooding after ferocious Hurricane Harvey set in over southeast Texas this weekend, dumping torrential rain on the city, with no end in sight.

ABC News meteorologists are forecasting historic rainfall totals up to 50 inches by Wednesday.

Heavy rain bands are expected to continue to move in over Houston overnight, which will continue the catastrophic and life-threatening flash-flood emergency in the area.

The flooding comes after the hurricane left at least three people dead after it bashed the Texas coast. Buildings and parts of communities are submerged and, in Houston, there were more than 1,000 calls for rescues and people were forced to their rooftops.

“At this time it is unknown if the subject passed away from health conditions or due to drowning, there was high water in the area of Walmart last night,” the La Marque Police Department said in a statement.

Another person who died was in Houston, after a woman was “swept away,” according to Art Acevedo, Houston’s chief of police.

“Sadly, we have lost one female member of our community who encountered floodwaters in her vehicle, got out and was swept away,” Acevedo said.

Officials said another person died in the coastal city of Rockport.

Upward of 340 billion gallons of rainfall

The National Hurricane Center said at least 50 inches of rain has fallen in some areas, and one meteorologist estimated that upward of 340 billion gallons of rainfall inundated the area.

Meteorologist Travis Herzog of ABC Houston station KTRK-TV estimates that 340-370 billion gallons of rainwater has fallen so far, which exceeds other major flooding events that have affected the region in recent years by over one hundred billion gallons.

Separately, officials announced two forthcoming reservoir releases that will likely impact thousands of homes in the Houston area, they said. Water from the Addicks and Barker reservoirs will be released early this week in an effort to mitigate flooding risks, officials with the U.S. Army Corps said.

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  1. We are from Idaho and we have someone who has a LARGE trailer and truck filled with donations. Everything from clothes to MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO BABY NEEDS. All on its way to Texas. This family is doing this all out of pocket and is asking for help with gas to get the supplies there! Please click and check this out to see how you can work with us to get these supplies to those in need !! Thank you love and light!!

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  2. I guess I'm wrong ya'll, The way Texans refer to themselves I thought they could walk on water, or at least I figured they'd just put on their shit kickers and shoot their way outta Hurricane Harvey!

    I've worked with a lot of Texans and they are the first to admit that they are some of the smartest people on the fucking planet…yet Here's a fine example of TX brain power. The Houston Hospital, I think it was Ben Taub kept/keeps a bunch of its critical supplies in the basement. They sit 50 feet above sea level. And they have a 4 story hospital. And the last I heard they need to evacuate the patients… Now Houstonians aren't new to the Hurricane Rodeo and Ben Taub has been around awhile… Go figure! And from my own personal experience you can't tell them a fucking thing! They are a fine example of that fine America foolish pride on Stupid Steroids we all so proudly boast about!

  3. When i saw the kids from the family of 6 that drowned I broke down!
    I have three little girls 9, 13, 15 and I couldn't deal with knowing they went through that!
    My God how horrible. Stuff like that makes me angry with God! The youngest girl with her hand out like she is pawing
    makes me cry. My youngest is a little brown hair girl and always does the paw thing when she selfies!
    I'm crying now.

  4. So hard to see these poor people and animals washed out ,Where are the armed forces,they should be helping to rescue people also and to think there is another storm a few days out

  5. The best part of this devastating event is that ONLY 8 people died. The rest is just inventory. Houses will be built, furniture will be replaced, people will be safe and sound. God Bless Texas!

  6. Praises the lord, I believe that god exists, look at his divine work in texas! Wipe the douchebag americunt nazi and their Repulsive government!

  7. Just stop for a moment and pray that God will give strength to these people to see them through this catastrophe. May God help them all.

  8. Not to sound like an asshole but we need something like this to happen. Something to bring everyone together. Fuck the technology, personal differences, politics. We need to bring back people helping people.

  9. And the Mayor said he did the right thing in not telling people to evacuate. Well I bet this time people understand no mater what they say get the hell out next time.

  10. This what I love about my home , we houstonians help each other out no matter what… I'm soo happy that the world is seeing how we take matters into our own hands. We don't care about your color of your skin,religion, or sex.. is about helping each other.. coming together. . Houston will always be my home ..hang in there houston.. we're going to get through this , and stay strong ✊✊❤❤..

  11. i'm crying right now how you can save yourself but you leave your dog or your horse or goat or something its a living thing you can not leave them alone and let them die that's ridiculous if i could i would save every animal thats get harassed or something how you can beat up your dog ore puppy i'm crying so much i have a pug and i would give my life for him and for every other animal.

  12. I feel so bad for the people and animals in that was in that or had to be evacuated from there homes. Imagine the damage and how the people feel. Praying for everyone who was experiencing Hurricane Harvey whether it's family members in Texas or being evacuated or animals that had to be left behind. I wander what they did with the people at the hospital or in labor. I feel so so sad for those people and animals. I hope they made it out without anybody dying or getting injured. Keep your Faith. Keeping those people and animals in my prayers.

  13. I bet New Orleanians are pissed about how fast the US Is to jump in on the action and start recovery efforts, when it took the US forever to even respond to Katrina. I know I would. No wonder why Orleanians are so pissed off and mad at the world…smh…shameful

  14. So, it may be because I have never experienced a hurricane. But, from what I know, we can guesstimate how big and strong its going to be and when it should arrive. So since we can do that, why are There So many people surprised by the flooding and staying in harms way when they knew it was going to be bad. Then scream for help when they are in a life threatening situation. I don't care if it was a false alarm, I would still prepare for the worst EVERY time, and evacuate. Just me though!!!

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