Harvey will drive 30,000 to shelters, FEMA says

HOUSTON — More than 30,000 people are going to need shelters as a result of the unrelenting rains and flooding of Tropical Storm Harvey overwhelming Texas, FEMA Administrator Brock Long said Monday.”The sheltering mission is going to be a very heavy lift,” Long said in a Washington news conference, adding that up to 50 Texas counties are dealing with the impact of the storm.
“We are seeing catastrophic flooding, and this area is likely to expand,” Uccellini said.
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