Displaced Houston residents Oralia Guerra and Diamond Robinson huddle together to stay warm underneath Red Cross blankets at the George Brown Convention Center in Houston on Aug. 28 as floodwaters reached the roofs of single-story homes.
Displaced Houston residents Oralia Guerra and Diamond Robinson huddle together to stay warm underneath Red Cross blankets at the George Brown Convention Center in Houston on Aug. 28 as floodwaters reached the roofs of single-story homes. Louis DeLuca The Dallas Morning News via AP
Displaced Houston residents Oralia Guerra and Diamond Robinson huddle together to stay warm underneath Red Cross blankets at the George Brown Convention Center in Houston on Aug. 28 as floodwaters reached the roofs of single-story homes. Louis DeLuca The Dallas Morning News via AP

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