A truck gets towed as people wade through the floodwaters of southeast Houston on Aug. 30. Time was running out in Texas for rescuers hoping to find survivors in the raging waters.
After dumping more than a meter of rain on Texas and Louisiana in two separate landfalls, Hurricane Harvey, now a tropical depression, is slowly dissipating. The massive amounts of rain the storm generated have caused unprecedented flooding in the region, submerging much of Houston, the fourth most populous U.S. city....
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