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(Houston: Tom Llamas) The rains from Tropical Storm Harvey introduced; scenes shown of rescues, the arriving President Trump, rescue efforts; details given about the drowning of police Sgt. Steve Perez, people scavenging for food, the convention center with 9,000 evacuees. [Voice of KTRK-TV reporter Jeff EHLING- worries about people in the houses.] [Houston police Chief Art ACEVEDO- worries about officers at risk.] Photos of six missing members of Rick Saldavor's family shown. [Rick's BROTHER; at shelter, mother Talia CASTRO, American Red Cross Lloyd ZIEL- comment on the situation.] Report introduced.
(Pearland, Texas: Eva Pilgrim) The role of first responders in rescue efforts near Houston featured; scenes shown from Pearland of a boat in flood waters finding a stranded family. [Volunteer rescuer Michael GIBSON- rescues people in his neighborhood.] [Two Texas VOLUNTEERS - comment.] The rescues from this neighborhood & the people remaining discussed.
(Houston: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.
(Rockport, Texas: Cecilia Vega) The visit to stricken Texas by Trump & the first lady featured; scenes shown from Corpus Christi, supporters outside the firehouse & him showing the Texas flag. [TRUMP - says we will do this better; thanks the people for coming out; states Texas can handle everything; adds this is long term.] Trump's plan to visit Texas & Louisiana later in the week discussed.
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