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Ashley R Booth Oct 17
TS dropped over 40 inches of rain in this part of TX, & my field sites certainly showed signs of this incredible rainfall. Water levels are still high, even though the storm was nearly a month ago. You can see the high water line on Phragmites along the bayou.
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Doug Hoopes Oct 16
❗️PLEASE RETWEET❗️ . FROM | Texans Should Beware of Fraud/Scams . State & federal disaster recovery officials urge Texans affected by Tropical Storm to watch for & report any suspicious activity or potential fraud. . 👇READ MORE BELOW👇
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Sometimesredhead Oct 19
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Raizner Slania LLP 1h
Completes More Than 5,000 Home Inspections To Assess Damage In
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🦋Yafira Cosplay🎃 Oct 18
"Never forget how much your family loves you" 💀Imelda from Coco (disney) 🖌️Model and makeup-test by 📷Photography by:
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American Red Cross Texas Gulf Coast Oct 16
As part of outreach efforts after , Red Cross volunteer Ozzy Capmany describes the Disaster Relief operation to the Mexican consular staff as well as forty community leaders. Attendees also learned about Red Cross initiatives and volunteer opportunities.
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Rafael Lemaitre Oct 18
More help for survivors of now available.
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Orange Leader Oct 17
Vidor flood relief Fundraiser set for Sunday
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Senator Ted Cruz 48m
ATTN : For those impacted by working to rebuild & repair their homes, beginning today through Saturday representatives will be at in offering free hazard mitigation consultations. For more information -->
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ParnellServices.Com Oct 19
Please donate to 501c3 charity . All donations will support tropical storm recovery and relief efforts. Initially, the funds will help first responders meet survivors' immediate needs for food, fuel, clean water, hygiene products, and shelter.
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Samaritan's Purse Oct 19
Our volunteers in Vidor and Winnie, have put in over 11,000 hours of work aiding homeowners who suffered from flooding during Tropical Storm . Join us in serving in Texas by signing up here:
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Robert D. Bullard Oct 19
FEMA centers to help with recovery in Houston area via
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FEMA Region 6 Oct 19
TX: Three more Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) open this weekend in Harris, Jefferson, and Chambers County for Tropical Storm survivors. A mobile DRC will also be available in Winnie, TX starting Sunday. ▶️For locations and more info, visit
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SETX Food Bank Oct 16
Thank you to Dow Sabine River Operations for coming to volunteer at the Food Bank today and helping us with food sorting. We appreciate your support and thank you for all you do for the community.
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Orange Leader Oct 16
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Defender Network Oct 16
Texas Floods Prompt Insurance Claims: What to Expect after
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Texas Department of Insurance Oct 16
🛒🚗 Shopping for a used car? Beware of buying flood-damaged vehicles. Check these things to protect yourself from scams.
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EMCID Oct 16
The EMCID CAREavan will deploy today to provide lunch in , and Baptist Encampment. They will serve dinner in Patton Village, and Roman Forest.
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Rafael Lemaitre Oct 16
update: has approved over $16 million in individual assistance for over 2,400 applicants across declared counties in Texas.
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Mrs. Johanna Odell Oct 16
This week we began our PBL, Makerspace project of building bridges. We started with STEMscopes “Build a Bridge and Get Over It,” and we will present the I-10 bridge damage after as our real-world challenge today.
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