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Texas / Hurricane Harvey / Houston #1115574

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 03, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Houston, Texas: Jacob Rascon) The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the most expensive disaster in US history, featured; scenes shown from still-flooded areas, piles of damaged items, donated goods, the burning Arkema plant in Crosby, damaged schools. [ROMO family, WOMAN - comment on the situation.]

(Port Arthur, Texas: Miguel Almaguer) The return home of east Texas residents after the flood featured; scenes shown from Port Arthur, Beaumont, the flood waters. [Resident Walter SIMMONS, volunteer Wesley REED†, WOMAN - react to the losses.] [In the air, NBC's Gabe GUTIERREZ - cites the need for water.]

Snow, Kate;
Rascon, Jacob;
Almaguer, Miguel

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