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Texas / Hurricane Harvey / Houston, Beaumont #1115562

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 03, 2017
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(Studio: Elaine Quijano) The impact of Hurricane Harvey on Texas with statistics cited.

(Houston: Michelle Miller) The aftermath of Harvey on Houston reviewed; scenes shown from church services, flood waters, Hertz cars airing out; details given about the electrical shutdown. [At synagogue blood drive, MAN; Houston Mayor Sylvester TURNER; resident Brian LEE, veterinarian Larry WHITE - comment on conditions.] [Insurance Council of Texas Mark HANNA‡- cites the hit on the auto insurance industry.]

(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Report introduced.

(Beaumont, Texas: Anna Werner) The recovery in Beaumont, Texas, where there is still no drinking water due to the damaged pumping station, featured; scenes shown from the city. [Resident Deresa CELESTINE‡- looks for supplies.] [City manager Kyle HAYES - says we have a temporary solution until the water recedes.] [Beaumont Mayor Becky AMES - says it is one step at a time.]

(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Report introduced.

(Channelview, Texas: Omar Villafranca) The impact of the water from Harvey on Channelview featured; scenes shown from the city near Superfund toxic waste sites. [Resident Sandra CARRASCO‡- says we are suffering.]

(Studio: Elaine Quijano) The ongoing fire at the flood-damaged Arkema chemical plant in Crosby shown.

Reporter(s):
Quijano, Elaine;
Miller, Michelle;
Werner, Anna;
Villafranca, Omar
Duration:
00:06:00

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