Flood debris continues to pile up in western Harris County (TX)

It is a scene that we’re seeing all over the Houston-area: piles of debris lining the streets in many neighborhoods.   “This is home and you’ve lost everything,” said Judy Martinez, a resident of the Villages of Bear Creek.  There isn’t much you can say to the residents of the Villages of Bear Creek to take their minds off the mountains of debris in their neighborhood.  “To see it like this, it tears you up,” said Martinez. “We were sitting in sewer water for days.”  Harvey’s waters are gone now but the trash sits in its place. Martinez is a member of the community’s self-managed homeowners association.   Read the article…………..


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