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Houston told people to stay for Harvey, now they can't get out
by Alex Hannaford
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27 August 2017
On 27 August 2017 The Daily Beast reported:
Houston is slowly being submerged by a natural disaster some are saying could now rival Hurricane Katrina [August 2005]. Even after 2 feet of rain in 24 hours, Tropical Storm Harvey shows no sign of letting up until Wednesday [30 August] at the earliest. When the storm previously known as Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Friday [25 August], it was the strongest storm to batter the U.S. coast in 13 years. The National Weather Service said on Sunday afternoon that the flooding is 'unprecedented'... FEMA administrator Brock Long said Sunday, 'FEMA is going to be there for years. This disaster is going to be a landmark event.' One-quarter of Texas' population, 7 million people, resides in the disaster area declared by President Donald Trump. Already . . . thousands are homeless.
Global Good News service views this news as the failure of modern government systems.
Such 'flops' highlight the need for more intelligent, evolutionary, Natural Law based, life-supporting systems.
Two days ago, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott told Houston residents that even in the absence of an official evacuation order, 'you need to strongly consider evacuating.'
But there was immediate pushback from Houston officials, who said they knew better.
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