(Erin Patrick O'Connor, Nicole Ellis/The Washington Post)
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Mountains of trash line a Houston neighborhood as residents rebuild
Floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey surged past the banks of Hunting Bayou and blanketed the neighborhood of Songwood in Houston in over three feet of water. Mountains of personal possessions, furniture, and lifelong memories line the curb as residents return home to rebuild.
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