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Photos And Videos Of Texas TV Studio Flooding During Hurricane Harvey Emerge Online

Photos And Videos Of Texas TV Studio Flooding During Hurricane Harvey Emerge Online
Updated 9 months ago

Hurricane Harvey continues to hover over Texas, dumping unprecedented amounts of rain and forcing residents to either evacuate or get as high off the ground as possible to avoid the flooding. Harvey affected everyone, including local news stations. Those who would normally report on the situation felt themselves become part of the story on August 27, when the news studio began flooding and the crew had to move to higher ground. Several reporters at the station shared pictures and videos of the incident.

Things started out pretty small:

But the situation quickly escalated:

Water poured in through every door:

Of course, newscasters often have a flair for the dramatic:

The station was forced off the air in 2001 during tropical storm Allison, which Harvey now threatens to eclipse. 

Fortunately, despite the loss of television signal, everyone made it out of KHOU safely.

The Texas flooding is extreme. The KHOU staff was lucky they were able to keep away from the water:

H/T - Mashable, CNN