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Sunday, 27 August 2017

Hurricane Harvey Leaves Many Dead And Properties Destroyed.

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Harvey spun deeper into Texas on Saturday and unloaded ponderous amounts of rain after the hurricane crashed into vulnerable homes and businesses along the coastline in a blow that killed at least one person and injured up to 14.

Long after the storm came ashore, the full scope of damage had yet to emerge, largely because weather conditions kept emergency crews out of many of the hardest-hit places between Corpus Christi and Houston.

And the system's most destructive powers were just beginning. Rainfall that will continue for days could dump more than 40 inches of water and inundate many communities, including dangerously flood-prone Houston, the nation's fourth-largest city.

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26 comments:

  1. Wr are so lucky in this part of the world. What we experience here are man made disasters.

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    1. Na so cold for kill me for there if to say I waka go.Chai

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    2. Tanks Stella. Trusting God we still de ok. But the rain today na die. Outside domot don full with water. We just de pray make dem no off light. But nepa don reach us from home, candle don de ready

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  2. Too bad. May God rest their souls.

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  3. God be with them. By the way,who names these hurricanes?

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    1. Named after first person that correctly predicts it. If na Naija name, it will be Hurricane Nkechi.

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    2. Thank you anon. I've learnt another one today.

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    3. I always wondered. Thanks for this info

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  4. Stella thanks o. We dey kampe. It's 2am now. We dey do praise and worship. No shaking...

    Amarachi

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    1. Stay safe nnanne ' when he sees the blood he shall pass over u" God of miracle

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    2. Don't worry amarachi, your dreams of living in US will soon come true. For now keep dreaming. By the way have you gotten your international passport yet

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    3. May God protect you guys Amarachi.

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    4. Anon 11.37. Now you see why good things have been eluding you. I'm not Amarachi.

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    5. Anonymous 10:10. Thanks.
      Meanwhile some people are not worth responding to in the eye of a damgerous storm.
      Jesus remains Lord!
      Amarachi.

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    6. 'Damgerous' indeed. Go and get your international passport jare

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    7. Lol, u people wee not kill pelzon with laffta on this blog.
      Amarachi, ignore abeg.

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    8. Lol. Such bitterness or amateur comedian. Amarachi is cool. Thanks well wishers.
      People are dying meehnn. God preserved me. All I have to say is Ese oo baba. And I'm still reading SDK blog, my internet is still working and I can charge my phone. Those who are dead wish they are alive to type 'damgerous' while fleeing from flood.
      Baba God na you oh
      RIP to the dead.
      Grateful

      Amarachi

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  5. Wow,may God keep everyone.can't people evacuated when its predicted?better safe than sorry nowhnn!

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    1. Thanks ooo.
      Amarachi.

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  6. They were warned to leave the area,following the build up to the storm so what are they still doing there?

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  7. Haven't been able to call my brother since yesterday afternoon.

    Calls,texts and online messages haven't been returned either.

    He lives in Houston, my mama has been running to toilet continously out of fear.

    Nobody slept a wink all through the Night, I just pray he is safe.
    Blog people pls help me pray oo.


    LEP

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  8. Stellisco, God is in control here. The flooding is unprecedented, the tornado is on the move. Thank God we were advised to be prepared, but nobody had any idea of the magnitude. Everyone should keep safe and keep out of the flood, cos the stench no be small.

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  9. Thanks stella of life, we are safe here to the glory of God. The rain continues though.

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