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CHALLENGES OF THE MAY 4 FLOOD EVENT RESPONSE IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS
Beginning May 4, 2015, much of Texas endured a series of severe weather events that produced unprecedented flooding, including a large portion of the counties that make up Texas Department of Public Safety Region 2. Of the 35 counties in Region 2, 24 experienced varying degrees of flooding that ranged from minor to catastrophic levels.
TEXAS SEVERE WEATHER 2015 - RECOVERY IS UNDERWAY
Recovery is underway for the torrential storms that plagued Texas in May and June and lead to both a gubernatorial disaster declaration and a presidential declaration of major disaster.
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