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Texans start do-it-yourself rescue effort in the wake of Hurricane Harvey
Keri Henry helped start an unprecedented do-it-yourself relief effort in Texas, harnessing social media to connect boat-owners with victims of Hurricane Harvey stuck in flooded homes.
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