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Houston / Laura McComb / Dylan Brockmeyer / Alyssa Ramirez #1150665

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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Tonight floodwaters are rising in the southern plains and the search continues for people who have been swept away. The water in parts of Texas and Oklahoma swallowed up cars and roadways. Highways are littered with abandoned vehicles. Homes were knocked off their foundations. At least nine people are reported killed more than a dozen are missing. 4000 homes in the Houston area are damaged or destroyed and twelve hundred in Wimberley Texas outside Austin. Omar Villafranca begins our coverage. It...
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