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Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey is looking horrible

Pictures and videos of the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey are starting to trickle out, and they’re looking horrible…

75+ mph winds with up to 40 inches of rain were some of the numbers associated with Harvey. Houston schools have already been canceled until September 5th as a result, several deaths have been reported, homes destroyed, etc.

This has become one of the most historic storms in history, and it will likely take a while to get the city of Houston back on track.

Take a look:


Prayers to everyone involved in Houston and the surrounding areas.

You can donate to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey by visiting  calling 1-800-RED CROSS or texting HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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4 Comments for Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey is looking horrible

  1. maximumscott
    8:05 pm August 27, 2017 Permalink

    Damn! What is the outlook for restablishing non flood like scenario?

  2. Angelo
    8:13 pm August 27, 2017 Permalink

    How much rain compared to Galveston 1900?

  3. ArmyCatFan
    8:17 pm August 27, 2017 Permalink

    We are in Lake Charles, LA. It’s getting bad here. I cannot imagine what people in Houston are going through. Here is to hoping I can still get out of here this weekend to MS to make season opener for us. My pop and friends are driving down from KY to meet up there!

  4. TXRyan
    9:57 pm August 27, 2017 Permalink

    People don’t understand how large the area of flooding is, it’s the whole Houston area not just Houston. I just moved back to KY after 11 years in League City (halfway between Houston and Galveston). By the time this week is done, I would estimate over 8,000,000 people with water damage to their houses. Image the entire state of KYx2 getting flooded out. Not one of my friends that I’ve contacted is unscathed. Even with their own houses flooding, several are out in their skiffs rescuing others. It’s breaking my heart to see my second home getting ravaged like this.