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Texas, Oklahoma / Floods #1084148

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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(Studio: David Muir) The states of emergency in Texas & Oklahoma due to the flooding introduced; scenes shown from Houston, Blanco & Sherman.

(Houston: Matt Gutman) The rain & flooding in Houston & Texas featured; ground & aerial scenes shown of water everywhere, a car in the Blanco River. [Mayor Annise PARKER@- comments on the damage.] [Missing woman's sister Julie SHIELDS@- describes what happened.]

(Studio: David Muir) Photos of the missing woman {Laura McComb%} & children swept away in their home shown.

(Wimberley: Phillip Mena) The flooding that ripped the house into the river featured; scenes of the wrecked vacation home & photo of missing Alyssa Ramirez% shown. [SHIELDS - recounts what happened.]

(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The storm track for tomorrow & later discussed; weather maps shown.

Muir, David;
Gutman, Matt;
Mena, Phillip;
Ginger, David Muir,

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