Hurricane Harvey is currently devastating southeastern Texas, including the city of Houston. Disastrous flooding, winds gusting up to 95 km/h, and even tornadoes have already caused billions of dollars in property damage, and have reportedly claimed at least 9 lives. Since Harvey made landfall at Rockport, Texas, in the early hours of August 26th, the Internet has become inundated with harrowing photos and stories from affected areas - stories of tragedy, rescue, community and generosity. We're bringing you the ones that are making headlines, and stirring hearts, worldwide.

If you would like to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey, Houston mayor Sylvester Turner has set up an emergency relief fund which can be found here.

Scroll down the see the storm that is being called "the worst disaster in Texas history" for yourself. Our thoughts are with all those touched by this event.

#1

A Furniture Store In Texas Is Providing Shelter And Food For Hurricane Victims

A Furniture Store In Texas Is Providing Shelter And Food For Hurricane Victims

gangbangkang Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

The owner 'mattress mac' has always helped his fellow people in troubling times. He's a good man.

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#2

A Dog Named Otis Is Walking Around Sinton Tx Carrying A Entire Bag Of Dog Food With Him

A Dog Named Otis Is Walking Around Sinton Tx Carrying A Entire Bag Of Dog Food With Him

Tiele Dockens Report

Judh Palcon Domo 1 year ago

This dog knows how to survive amidst the hurricane.

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#3

This Policeman Worked Countless Hours Helping Victims Of Hurricane Harvey Until He Passed Out From Exhaustion

This Policeman Worked Countless Hours Helping Victims Of Hurricane Harvey Until He Passed Out From Exhaustion

colby979 Report

Isabel Tamayo 1 year ago

Kudos to you officer!

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#4

Dog Hanging On During Houston Flooding. She Was Rescued!

Dog Hanging On During Houston Flooding. She Was Rescued!

opplesandbanonos Report

Isabel Tamayo 1 year ago

Thank goodness!

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#5

Texans Refuse To Leave Pets Behind As They Flee

Texans Refuse To Leave Pets Behind As They Flee

Reuters Report

Sophie G 1 year ago

well duhuh

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#6

Floater Baby - Mother Who Was Waiting For Rescue During The Hurricane Shared A Picture Of Her Baby Floating In A Large Plastic Container

Floater Baby - Mother Who Was Waiting For Rescue During The Hurricane Shared A Picture Of Her Baby Floating In A Large Plastic Container

GallowBoob Report

Daniel Losinger 1 year ago

He will lead his people out of bondage!

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#7

Joe Garcia Carries His Dog Heidi From His Flooded Home

Joe Garcia Carries His Dog Heidi From His Flooded Home

David J. Phillip Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

Good man taking his dog along. Hope they made it.

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#8

This Is Houston

This Is Houston

abc13houston Report

Carol Buehler Federoff 1 year ago

This is love and caring! :-)

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#9

America 2017 In One Picture

America 2017 In One Picture

rangerman8 Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

The constables put in long hours as well. Thank you.

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#10

My Friends Out Rescuing People And Pets In Houston Today And Taking A Break For Donuts. Closed Unfortunately. Good People!

My Friends Out Rescuing People And Pets In Houston Today And Taking A Break For Donuts. Closed Unfortunately. Good People!

Cperies Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

The hurricane brought out the best in people. People taking neighbors in. Helping each other.

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#11

Getting Home After A 49,5 Hour Shift Working Hurricane Harvey

Getting Home After A 49,5 Hour Shift Working Hurricane Harvey

Patches_Mcgee Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

Thank you for your help! Glad his house is dry

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#12

A Rescue Helicopter Hovers In The Background As An Elderly Woman And Her Poodle Use An Air Mattress To Float Above Flood Waters From Tropical Storm Harvey While Waiting To Be Rescued From Scarsdale Boulevard In Houston, Texas

A Rescue Helicopter Hovers In The Background As An Elderly Woman And Her Poodle Use An Air Mattress To Float Above Flood Waters From Tropical Storm Harvey While Waiting To Be Rescued From Scarsdale Boulevard In Houston, Texas

REUTERS/Adrees Latif Report

Wanda Queen 1 year ago

That is badass. Seriously. You go, lady.

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#13

Steve Culver Cries With His Dog Otis As He Talks About What He Said Was The, ' Most Terrifying Event In His Life,' When Hurricane Harvey Blew In And Destroyed Most Of His Home While He And His Wife Took Shelter There

Steve Culver Cries With His Dog Otis As He Talks About What He Said Was The, ' Most Terrifying Event In His Life,' When Hurricane Harvey Blew In And Destroyed Most Of His Home While He And His Wife Took Shelter There

Joe Raedle Report

Isabel Tamayo 1 year ago

This photo made me cry ;(

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#14

Isiah Courtney Carries His Dog Bruce Through Flood Waters In Beaumont Place, Houston, Texas

Isiah Courtney Carries His Dog Bruce Through Flood Waters In Beaumont Place, Houston, Texas

REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman Report

ocoloxin 1 year ago

That's a good human.

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#15

Harris County Sheriff's Office Deputy Carries Two Children To Safety

Harris County Sheriff's Office Deputy Carries Two Children To Safety

MasonJarsAndMixingBowls Report

Dan H 1 year ago

bad headline for this picture

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#16

Alexendre Jorge Evacuates Ethan Colman, 4, From A Neighborhood Inundated By Floodwaters From Tropical Storm Harvey On Monday

Alexendre Jorge Evacuates Ethan Colman, 4, From A Neighborhood Inundated By Floodwaters From Tropical Storm Harvey On Monday

Charlie Riedel Report

Adriana E. Henricy 1 year ago

what a hero, poor kid

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#17

Texans Refuse To Leave Pets Behind As They Flee

Texans Refuse To Leave Pets Behind As They Flee

Reuters Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

Good people bringing the fur friends

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#18

Houston Police SWAT Officer Daryl Hudeck Carries Catherine Pham And Her 13-Month-Old Son Aiden After Rescuing Them From Their Home Surrounded By Floodwaters From Tropical Storm Harvey In Huston

Houston Police SWAT Officer Daryl Hudeck Carries Catherine Pham And Her 13-Month-Old Son Aiden After Rescuing Them From Their Home Surrounded By Floodwaters From Tropical Storm Harvey In Huston

David J. Phillip Report

Flora Polvado 1 year ago

The faith of a child. He only knows security:) So glad they're safe

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#19

Seniors In La Vita Bella Nursing Home In Dickinson Texas Waiting To Be Rescued

Seniors In La Vita Bella Nursing Home In Dickinson Texas Waiting To Be Rescued

Trudy Lampson Report

Alustriel Day 1 year ago

WHY DID NO ONE EVACUATE THEM

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#20

Doggo Keeps An Eye Out On The Flood. Been Stuck At Home Surrounded By Water For 2 Days Now In Friendswood Texas

Doggo Keeps An Eye Out On The Flood. Been Stuck At Home Surrounded By Water For 2 Days Now In Friendswood Texas

lemoncreamdream Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

That's a good boy!

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#21

Sam Speights Tries To Hold Back Tears While Holding His Dogs And Surveying The Damage To His Home In The Wake Of Hurricane Harvey

Sam Speights Tries To Hold Back Tears While Holding His Dogs And Surveying The Damage To His Home In The Wake Of Hurricane Harvey

Eric Gay Report

Adriana E. Henricy 1 year ago

poor man :( at least his puppies are with him

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#22

Shardea Harrison Looks At Her 3-week-old Baby, Sarai, As Dean Mize, Right, And Jason Legnon Use An Airboat To Rescue Them From Their Home In Houston

Shardea Harrison Looks At Her 3-week-old Baby, Sarai, As Dean Mize, Right, And Jason Legnon Use An Airboat To Rescue Them From Their Home In Houston

CNN Report

Adriana E. Henricy 1 year ago

Not all heroes wear capes!

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#23

Hurricane Harvey Is Pictured Off The Coast Of Texas

Hurricane Harvey Is Pictured Off The Coast Of Texas

NASA Report

Baked Panda 1 year ago

Wow

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#24

Intersection Along San Houston Pkwy. In Houston, Water About 17 Feet Deep

Intersection Along San Houston Pkwy. In Houston, Water About 17 Feet Deep

GuacamoleFanatic Report

Isabel Tamayo 1 year ago

Oh my goodness :( 17 ft ;(

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#25

When U Flooded,and Don't Wanna Get Electrocuted, But Hopeful

When U Flooded,and Don't Wanna Get Electrocuted, But Hopeful

GalaxyhydroRoleadro Report

Lara B. 1 year ago

Such a devastating situation and this woman still hasn't forgot to smile. Incredible!!!

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#26

People Make Their Way Down Partially Flooded Roads In Galveston, Texas

People Make Their Way Down Partially Flooded Roads In Galveston, Texas

Brendan Smialowski Report

Adriana E. Henricy 1 year ago

we had one of those when the floods hit us early this year 20224-59a5...c9b646.jpg 20224-59a583ac9b646.jpg

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#27

Lisa Rehr Holds Her Four-Year Old Son Maximus, After They Lost Their Home To Hurricane Harvey, As They Await To Be Evacuated With Their Belongings From Rockport

Lisa Rehr Holds Her Four-Year Old Son Maximus, After They Lost Their Home To Hurricane Harvey, As They Await To Be Evacuated With Their Belongings From Rockport

REUTERS/Adrees Latif Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

Sorry for your loss, but you have the most important possession.

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#28

Man Sits On Bench With His Dog During Hurricane Harvey

Man Sits On Bench With His Dog During Hurricane Harvey

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Charlene Brickey 1 year ago

Now there's a picture. Looks like he's disgusted with the whole mess and just decided to just sit awhile. Hopefully he and his dog and family if he has one made it out okay.

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#29

24 Hour Difference In Houston From Harvey 2017

24 Hour Difference In Houston From Harvey 2017

caroleenarn Report

Malu Sin 1 year ago

Wow! Even the buildings look totally different o_O

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#30

Jesus Rodriguez Rescues Gloria Garcia After Rain Flooded Pearland, In The Outskirts Of Houston

Jesus Rodriguez Rescues Gloria Garcia After Rain Flooded Pearland, In The Outskirts Of Houston

REUTERS/Adrees Latif Report

FABULOUS1 1 year ago

Good job Jesus!!!

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#31

My Friend Fishing From His Balcony In Houston

My Friend Fishing From His Balcony In Houston

YayRates Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

Making the most out of a bad situation I see.

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#32

Residents Use Boats To Evacuate Flood Waters Along Tidwell Road In East Houston, Texas

Residents Use Boats To Evacuate Flood Waters Along Tidwell Road In East Houston, Texas

REUTERS/Adrees Latif Report

Kelela 1 year ago

Prayers for all these people.

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#33

This Poor Dog Was Left Chained Without Any Hope To Escape

This Poor Dog Was Left Chained Without Any Hope To Escape

Ruaridh Connellan Report

Vivian 1 year ago

Since someone´s taking the picture I hope he´s okay now.

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#34

Neighbors Used Their Personal Boats To Rescue Jane Rhodes In Friendswood, Texas

Neighbors Used Their Personal Boats To Rescue Jane Rhodes In Friendswood, Texas

Steve Gonzales Report

Mayzie B 1 year ago

It's good to see that people are rescuing themselves, and others around them. They help as much as they can. It's a good way to keep their spirits up!

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#35

Barb Davis, 74. Is Helped To Dry Land After Being Rescued From Her Flooded Neighborhood After It Was Inundated With Rain Water, Remnants Of Hurricane Harvey

Barb Davis, 74. Is Helped To Dry Land After Being Rescued From Her Flooded Neighborhood After It Was Inundated With Rain Water, Remnants Of Hurricane Harvey

Scott Olson Report

therealpixie 1 year ago

The expressions on both their faces is so sweet. I love the way he's grinning like she just cracked a good joke, and he's like "Whut?!"

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#36

People Walk Through Water To A Staging Area To Evacuate In Dickinson, Texas

People Walk Through Water To A Staging Area To Evacuate In Dickinson, Texas

REUTERS/Rick Wilking Report

Adriana E. Henricy 1 year ago

they didnt leave their puppy <3

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#37

A Stranded Motorist Escapes Floodwaters On Interstate 225 In Houston, Texas

A Stranded Motorist Escapes Floodwaters On Interstate 225 In Houston, Texas

REUTERS/Nick Oxford Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

Being smart. Staying away from snakes, fire ants and who knows what else is in the water. Houston has bayous.

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#38

Wilford Martinez, Right, Is Rescued From His Flooded Car By Harris County Sheriff's Department Richard Wagner Along Interstate 610

Wilford Martinez, Right, Is Rescued From His Flooded Car By Harris County Sheriff's Department Richard Wagner Along Interstate 610

David J. Phillip Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

Wilford looks pretty happy that Richard came along.

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#39

Guy Saves His Bmw From The Harvey Flood Waters

Guy Saves His Bmw From The Harvey Flood Waters

Poopernikle Report

Shona Coull ? 1 year ago

Genius

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#40

A Texas National Guard Soldier Carries A Woman On His Back As They Conduct Rescue Operations In Flooded Areas Around Houston

A Texas National Guard Soldier Carries A Woman On His Back As They Conduct Rescue Operations In Flooded Areas Around Houston

Texas Military Department Report

Baked Panda 1 year ago

God bless all who are workingto save others

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#41

Julius Verret, 14, Floats In Street Flooding In Lake Charles

Julius Verret, 14, Floats In Street Flooding In Lake Charles

Gerald Herbert Report

Charlene Brickey 1 year ago

Looks like he's having a great time but be careful of snakes, gators, fire ants, and bacteria from the water. You CAN GET HURT. God Bless he's safe.

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#42

A Flooded Graveyard In Pearland

A Flooded Graveyard In Pearland

Brendan Smialowski Report

Rin Rin 1 year ago

Hope nothing floats from there

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#43

Cattle Are Stranded In A Flooded Pasture On Highway 71 In La Grange, Texas

Cattle Are Stranded In A Flooded Pasture On Highway 71 In La Grange, Texas

Jay Janner Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

Unfortunately fences stop pasture animals from getting to high ground.

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#44

People Are Rescued From Flood Waters From Hurricane Harvey On An Air Boat In Dickinson

People Are Rescued From Flood Waters From Hurricane Harvey On An Air Boat In Dickinson

Search Results Rick Wilking Report

Monty Is Fiennes 1 year ago

Lovin the lady with the glasses.... There may be bad times but you can still enjoy the ride!!....

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#45

An Elderly Man Is Carried After Being Rescued In East Houston, Texas

An Elderly Man Is Carried After Being Rescued In East Houston, Texas

REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman Report

Margie Lazou 1 year ago

In ancient Greek mythology, a young man called Aeneas carried his father on his back, and his son to Italy, after Troy was his by a huge tidal wave. When he and other people with him got there, the founded a city, which eventually became Rome (after it was renamed by Remus).

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#46

Two Kayakers Try To Beat The Current Pushing Them Down An Overflowing Brays Bayou From Tropical Storm Harvey In Houston

Two Kayakers Try To Beat The Current Pushing Them Down An Overflowing Brays Bayou From Tropical Storm Harvey In Houston

Mark Mulligan Report

Isabel Tamayo 1 year ago

The struggle! :(

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#47

Residents Wade Through Flood Waters From Tropical Storm Harvey In Beaumont Place

Residents Wade Through Flood Waters From Tropical Storm Harvey In Beaumont Place

Jonathan Bachman Report

Margie Lazou 1 year ago

Another photo heading for an award this year.

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#48

A Cow Struggles To Keep Its Head Above Floodwaters Near Fulton

A Cow Struggles To Keep Its Head Above Floodwaters Near Fulton

REUTERS/Rick Wilking Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

It's sad that these animals get stuck because of fences.

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#49

Dusk In Houston’s Meyerland Area On Sunday Night

Dusk In Houston’s Meyerland Area On Sunday Night

Alyssa Schukar/The New York Times Report

sh 1 year ago

Strange to see all the lights on.

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#50

People Use An Inflated Mattress To Evacuate Their Homes

People Use An Inflated Mattress To Evacuate Their Homes

Joe Raedle Report

Zehra betul 1 year ago

Good thinkin' 💪

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#51

A Man Walks Through Floodwaters And Onto The Main Road After Surveying His Property

A Man Walks Through Floodwaters And Onto The Main Road After Surveying His Property

REUTERS/Adrees Latif Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

That is a scary picture with all those power lines

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#52

People Evacuate A Neighborhood Inundated By Floodwaters From Tropical Storm Harvey On Monday

People Evacuate A Neighborhood Inundated By Floodwaters From Tropical Storm Harvey On Monday

Charlie Riedel Report

Vlad Horobet 1 year ago

I just love the guy that it's almost neck deep into the water but he carries an umbrella. Can't get them curls wet, man.

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#53

People Push A Stalled Pickup To Through A Flooded Street In Houston

People Push A Stalled Pickup To Through A Flooded Street In Houston

Charlie Riedel Report

Charlene Brickey 1 year ago

Why all the trouble, his right insurance will pay for it. Unless you don't have insurance???

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#54

My House In Meyerland During Harvey

My House In Meyerland During Harvey

mbk-- Report

Robert Bailey 1 year ago

Is that Elvis in the background?

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#55

Melani Zurawski Cries While Inspecting Her Home In Port Aransas

Melani Zurawski Cries While Inspecting Her Home In Port Aransas

Nick Wagner Report

Lara B. 1 year ago

This is just heartbreaking :'(

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#56

A Person Walks Through A Flooded Street With A Dog

A Person Walks Through A Flooded Street With A Dog

Joe Raedle Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

Looks like a strong current. Hope they both made it.

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#57

Sterling Broughton Is Moved From A Rescue Boat Onto A Kayak In Dickenson, Texas

Sterling Broughton Is Moved From A Rescue Boat Onto A Kayak In Dickenson, Texas

REUTERS/Rick Wilking Report

Kelela 1 year ago

People helping & caring about others. That's what is important in life.

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#58

Residents With A Dog Sit In The Back Of A Truck While Waiting To Be Rescued From Rising Floodwaters In Spring, Texas

Residents With A Dog Sit In The Back Of A Truck While Waiting To Be Rescued From Rising Floodwaters In Spring, Texas

Bloomberg Report

RaroaRaroa 1 year ago

I think I would have waited upstairs in the house, but maybe it's not their house.

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#59

A Car Is Submerged On A Freeway Flooded By Tropical Storm Harvey

A Car Is Submerged On A Freeway Flooded By Tropical Storm Harvey

Charlie Riedel Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

I hope it was empty. So many people told to stay in place by the mayor then after shtf then they tried to evacuate. Unfortunately the government isn't always right.

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#60

Area Residents Use A Kayak To Rescue Motorists Stranded On Interstate Highway 45 In Houston

Area Residents Use A Kayak To Rescue Motorists Stranded On Interstate Highway 45 In Houston

REUTERS/Richard Carson Report

Hazel Steenman 1 year ago

That's a canoe, says a Canadian...

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#61

Police Block Traffic Following Closure Of The I-10 Freeway Leading Into Houston

Police Block Traffic Following Closure Of The I-10 Freeway Leading Into Houston

Mark Ralston Report

Meowton Mewsk 1 year ago

This one is really pretty and ominous.

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#62

A Helicopter Lifts A Person During Evacuation Of Houston's Meyerland Area

A Helicopter Lifts A Person During Evacuation Of Houston's Meyerland Area

Alyssa Schukar/The New York Times Report

Barbara Baldwin 1 year ago

Oh hell no..

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#63

Interstate Highway 45 Is Submerged In Houston

Interstate Highway 45 Is Submerged In Houston

Richard Carson Report

#64

Texas National Guard Soldiers Aid Residents In Heavily Flooded Areas In Houston

Texas National Guard Soldiers Aid Residents In Heavily Flooded Areas In Houston

Texas Military Department Report

#65

Rescue Workers And Civilians Waited For Emergency Crews In The Meyerland Area Of Houston

Rescue Workers And Civilians Waited For Emergency Crews In The Meyerland Area Of Houston

Alyssa Schukar/The New York Times Report

Brandon Paltoo 1 year ago

Even rescuers need to be rescued

#66

Searchers Patrol The Upscale River Oaks Neighborhood Of Houston For Stranded Residents

Searchers Patrol The Upscale River Oaks Neighborhood Of Houston For Stranded Residents

Scott Olson Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

The hurricane targeted everyone. This is a very affluent neighborhood.

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#67

People Evacuate A Neighborhood In West Huston

People Evacuate A Neighborhood In West Huston

CNN Report

#68

An Eighteen Wheel Tractor Trailer Is Stranded On Interstate Highway 45 Which Is Submerged From The Effects Of Hurricane Harvey Seen During Widespread Flooding In Houston, Texas

An Eighteen Wheel Tractor Trailer Is Stranded On Interstate Highway 45 Which Is Submerged From The Effects Of Hurricane Harvey Seen During Widespread Flooding In Houston, Texas

Richard Carson Report

Vlad Horobet 1 year ago

It's a transformer, it's transforming into a submarine!

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#69

Karen Preston Was Carried To Safety After Evacuating Her Flooded Neighborhood On The Outskirts Of Houston

Karen Preston Was Carried To Safety After Evacuating Her Flooded Neighborhood On The Outskirts Of Houston

Tamir Kalifa/The New York Times Report

Beverly OMara 1 year ago

We are all together....No more hate please

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#70

A Dead Dog Lies Out Of The Passenger Window Of An Overturned Pickup Truck After Hurricane Harvey Landed In The Coast Bend Area In Port Aransa

A Dead Dog Lies Out Of The Passenger Window Of An Overturned Pickup Truck After Hurricane Harvey Landed In The Coast Bend Area In Port Aransa

Gabe Hernandez/Corpus Christi Caller-Times Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

So sad. At least they tried to get somewhere safer.

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#71

Daisy Graham Reacts To The News That A Friend Of Hers May Still Be In An Apartment That Was Destroyed By Hurricane Harvey In Rockport

Daisy Graham Reacts To The News That A Friend Of Hers May Still Be In An Apartment That Was Destroyed By Hurricane Harvey In Rockport

Joe Raedle Report

Hisseefit 1 year ago

My heart goes out to all these people.

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#72

A Woman Uses A Coat Hanger To Try And Retrieve An Item From A Destroyed House In Fulton

A Woman Uses A Coat Hanger To Try And Retrieve An Item From A Destroyed House In Fulton

REUTERS/Rick Wilking Report

Shelley Jennings 1 year ago

This is why I'm so glad I live in South Africa. Our houses are built with bricks and cement. God help them

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#73

A Man Uses A Trash Bag As Cover From The Rain While Wading Through Flood Waters In East Houston, Texas

A Man Uses A Trash Bag As Cover From The Rain While Wading Through Flood Waters In East Houston, Texas

REUTERS/Adrees Latif Report

Margie Lazou 1 year ago

I'm thinking this photo is heading for an award this year.

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#74

People Stand On A Sinking Boat Awaiting Rescue From A U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter Near Port Aransas

People Stand On A Sinking Boat Awaiting Rescue From A U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter Near Port Aransas

reuters Report

M O'Connell 1 year ago

A 366 ton tractor tug?! Tugs are typically pretty stout! I am surprised it sank.

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#75

Rockport, Texas Resident Aaron Tobias In What’s Left Of His House

Rockport, Texas Resident Aaron Tobias In What’s Left Of His House

Joe Raedle Report

Polfsky Pol 1 year ago

Makes me feel grateful to literally have a roof cover my head.

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#76

People Walk Down A Flooded Street As They Evacuate Their Homes After The Area Was Inundated With Flooding From Hurricane Harvey

People Walk Down A Flooded Street As They Evacuate Their Homes After The Area Was Inundated With Flooding From Hurricane Harvey