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Texas / Hurricane Harvey #1115299

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 26, 2017
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(Rockport, Texas: Lester Holt) The impact of Hurricane Harvey on Texas introduced; damage scenes & photos shown.

(Rockport, Texas: Gabe Gutierrez) The widespread destruction along the Texas Gulf coast from the storm featured; scenes shown from Rockport of rain, wind, storm surge, rescues. [Resident Amanda EVANS - describes what happened.] [Texas Governor Greg ABOTT†, Fulton Mayor Jimmy KENDICK†, MAN, KXAN meteorologist David YOUNG, hotel MANAGER - comment.]

(Rockport, Texas: Lester Holt, Dylan Dreyer) The potential for more rain as the tropical storm has stalled & how rivers are overflowing discussed; weather maps shown.

(Victoria, Texas: Kerry Sanders) The situation in Victoria from Harvey's rain with the power out reviewed; scenes shown of flood waters.

(Rockport, Texas: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Houston: Jacob Rascon) The threat of tornadoes before more flooding in Houston featured; scenes shown of damaged homes, the rising Brazos River, the Buffalo Bayou; flood statistics cited. [Residents Rosa RODDING‡, WOMAN - describe what happened.] [Mayor Sylvester TURNER†- worries about the rain flooding.]

Reporter(s):
Holt, Lester;
Gutierrez, Gabe;
Dylan, Lester Holt,;
Sanders, Kerry;
Rascon, Jacob
Duration:
00:07:10

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