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This Is What The Hurricane Rescue Effort Looks Like In Texas

Over 3,500 people have been rescued in Houston and its surrounding areas in what has become one of the worst storms in US history.

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Jan Tullos, 32, from College Station, Texas, smashes the window on a flooded home in an attempt to rescue a woman reportedly stuck inside with a broken leg, in Clodine, Texas, on Aug. 28.

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Korbey Haley, a flood evacuee from Houston's 5th Ward, shares a light moment with his son Jordan Haley, 6, at the George R. Brown Convention Center on Aug. 28.

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