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(Galveston, Texas: DeMarco Morgan) The impact of Hurricane Harvey on the Gulf coast of Texas introduced; weather scenes, weather maps, wind, rain & flooding, a flooded hotel shown. [Texas Governor Greg ABBOTT - speaks to Texans.] [Harris County flood control Jeff LESTER- speaks about the storm's longevity.] [Voice of Katy warehouse MANAGER - says the building is destroyed.]
(Rockport, Texas: David Begnaud) The impact of Harvey on the coastal town of Rockport featured; scenes shown of the damaged school, homes, nursing home, police checking homes. [Residents Tim FREIBURGER, Randy BONHAM - call it insane & hours of hell,]
(Galveston, Texas: DeMarco Morgan) Report introduced.
(Victoria, Texas: Manuel Bojorquez) The impact of Harvey on the town of Victoria featured; scenes shown of the rain, flooded streets. [ABBOTT - worries about more rain.] [Homeowners Angela & Mario LOZANO- comment.]
(Galveston, Texas: DeMarco Morgan) Tornadoes in Texas & Louisiana noted. [Dallas meteorologist Scott PADGETT- shows weather maps of the tropical storm with flooding from Harvey coming; gives the rain forecast.]
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