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Houston / Janet Shamlian / Sylvester Turner / Texas Medical Center #1251009

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 27, 2020
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In Houston, nobody expected flooding on a bright, sunny day. But a highway was quickly underwater when a massive pipe burst faucets went dry in a big part of the city. And Janet Shamlian reports there were some dramatic water rescues. A massive water main break left parts of Houston looking like it did in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. The flooding closing a major freeway that circles the city. Cars and trucks suddenly submerged. Drivers climbing atop their vehicles waiting for rescue. The p...

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