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Stranded Houston Residents and Their Pets Rescued From Flood by Volunteers


Volunteers helped residents of Houston's flooded Kingwood neighbourhood and their pets to safety as waters continue to rise. Due to the lack of police and fire department boats, some civilians used their personal boats to rescue fellow residents to help them leave the Kingwood neighbourhood, which is reportedly one of the most affected neighbourhoods in the area.

Added on the 30/08/2017 17:37:18 - Copyright : RT Ruptly EN

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