Hurricane Harvey: The disaster and aftermath
Beaumont slow to progress as help pours in faster than water recedes
In some parts of Texas, the one-week mark after Hurricane Harvey saw people return to their homes to assess the damage. In other parts, they were emptying debris — “muck outs” as one group called them. Some even started the process of rebuilding.
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Photos from Harvey
Navy veteran Megan McKee, left, and Team Rubicon teammate Anthony DiToma of Dallas sit at the front of their Team Rubicon search and rescue boat as they make their way from house to house in a flooded neighborhood of Beaumont, Texas on Sept. 2. The volunteer veterans organization has been helping search for people who might be trapped in their homes.
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