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(Zoeann Murphy, Thomas Johnson/ The Washington Post)
Evacuees 'just happy to be alive' after escaping Harvey’s floodwaters
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Hundreds of families found shelter at Wedgewood Elementary School in Friendswood, Tex., after Tropical Storm Harvey's floodwaters forced them out of their homes.
Hundreds of families found shelter at Wedgewood Elementary School in Friendswood, Tex., after Tropical Storm Harvey's floodwaters forced them out of their homes.
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