Flooded-out Conroe-area residents returning to damaged homes (TX)

Although the residents of both River Plantation, McDade Estates and other neighborhoods were being allowed back into their homes, city officials were warning people to be careful as they returned home.  “Please, please, use extreme caution,” Victoria Endsley, a spokeswoman for the Conroe Office of Emergency Management, urged residents.    Read the article…………….


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