Sgt. Chad Watts of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries carried Madelyn Nguyen, 2, Monday after he rescued her and her family by boat Monday in Houston from floodwaters caused by Tropical Storm Harvey, which had been downgraded from a hurricane.
Sgt. Chad Watts of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries carried Madelyn Nguyen, 2, Monday after he rescued her and her family by boat Monday in Houston from floodwaters caused by Tropical Storm Harvey, which had been downgraded from a hurricane. Gerald Herbert AP
Sgt. Chad Watts of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries carried Madelyn Nguyen, 2, Monday after he rescued her and her family by boat Monday in Houston from floodwaters caused by Tropical Storm Harvey, which had been downgraded from a hurricane. Gerald Herbert AP

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