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Video tour of flooding and high water around the Houston area

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ABC13 takes an in-depth look of flooding and high water around the Houston area in the video tour above.


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"...I mean, it's whatever." -Everybody, 2020

Author — Spencer

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Do people not check flood zones before purchasing? I’m so confused...

Author — BumbleBree

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One part is burning the other drowning...hell on earth is what this is.

Author — Miss T N

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tree's age or whatnot??-you gotta love Houstonians-maybe covering every inch of ground with concrete and the largest city in the planet with no zoning might have something to do with nature not being able to recover or even survive flooding

Author — Horacio Toad

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"I know this area floods regularly but i didn't think this area would flood"

Author — Alyson Good

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Someone get that poor woman a car. I keep hearing about these billionaires giving their money to the same charities. How about helping out people that need a little help here.

Author — skylilly1

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Don't walk in that water without boots, water is contaminated.

Author — blue- T

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Whom ever sold that home to those folks are counting their lucky stars! Rule of thumb. NEVER, EVER LEAVE NEAR A CREEK IN HOUSTON, TEXAS!

Author — D Bell

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HOUSTON IS MY HOMETOWN. SO SORRY TO SEE THIS HAPPENING. BLESSINGS TO EVERYONE.

Author — Diane Blanks Sanchez

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Too many people and using land that is a natural flood area or causing worse issues building all these new areas to ones that were ok

Author — sunni skie

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This year reminds me if the movie Jumanji. What event is next. It seems it floods in different sides if town with every storm. Thank goodness my neighborhood is good. What a horrible time to have to go through all this, in top of everything that's been happening

Author — Patty Smothers Mott

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So sad.. the little girl just broke my heart. Hope you took out flood insurance.

Author — Cynthia Yardley

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This is what happens when you let Democrats run a city for an extended period of time

Author — Jose Puente

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The creek is notorious but they didn’t think their home was gonna flood, smh

Author — Shelly Cooper

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Well its the city's fault! maybe they should have not gotten ride of the wetlands!

Author — Brent Kamrath

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Harvey was the worst for Houston. Obviously. Every Houstonians know that...

Author — 71502

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It looks like they have moats around their houses!

Author — Le Tinh Song

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I just moved from Houston. Two catastrophic events in three years. Lost two places that I lived in. If you live in Houston every couple years this is going to happen.

Author — Google Acct

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Down south they don't make realtor's disclose flooding issues, buyers should be aware.

Author — george sampson

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I feel bad for that family, if you are moving to Houston and looking at houses, don't buy anything until you see the house and the property while it's raining hard. DO NOT believe people who tell you that the property or house hasn't flooded... or at a minimum ask them to define "flooded".

Author — adventurefilms