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Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Hurricane Harvey Update In Houston...

The Havoc caused by Hurricane Harvey  (It is not over yet) is so big that it leaves one with mouth open starring at the photos or hearing of the damages that has rendered so many homeless.....
As you read this Hobby Airport in Houston is closed because the plane are having a rest under the water...




update of some happening in Houston sent in by BV ''Aunty Peace''.


- Friends in Sienna plantation have evacuated


-George Bush airport has also shut down


-Emirate airline has cancelled all flights from Houston


-Westiemer is still ok and free of flooding


-Wazobia African market on Westiemer road is open and still have good supply


-Walmart on Kirkwood has opened shop but no. Bread


-Friends/should watch local news channel to know when to move.



Send in the situation report if you live in any of this Harvey torn areas.
Please stay safe!


22 comments:

Miss Ess said...

The Lord will take control

Yori Yori Princess Loveme Jeje said...

Hurricane Harvey is really vexing ooo, i thought it is catrina being a woman that hell has no fury.

May God comfort you all, bring in His peace to you all and please stay safe. It is well with you all. I have someone there, let me call my sister to find out if she has heard from her. We are all with you all

becky naka said...

The anon that was littering the post yesterday, are u seeing the difference? In case u don't still understand let me explain it for you. The Lagos flood covered only a part of the city which is lekki and some other areas, this one covered a whole city, You get it.

May help locate them.

SWAG LAFRESH said...

God protect my family and others affected.

My Aunt that took her son to school then stopped by to see my sis could not fly out and she's suppose to resume work yesterday.

Lord keep your children.

SWAG LAFRESH said...

She was supposed to*

jonathan jostico said...

now is the right time to hammer. Africans I hail

Beloved said...

...but no bread, Bread lover like me wehdone o

Please Stay safe you all

ola wealth said...

Things will be fine afterwards by God's grace

Anonymous said...

I thought trump refused to sign d Paris deal claiming global warming is a scam.
Well the joke is on him now

Isolde Fontaine said...

I hope they get the help they need quickly, may God keep them safe.

Mrs.R SDK blog Official BFF said...

May God keep and protect your family Swag!

Mrs.R SDK blog Official BFF said...

God help them all!

Anonymous said...

Oh lord have mercy!! That's the airport, airlines being submerged in water☹️😦😡😳😳😳, oh this is so unbelievable, oh the extent of the damage done will be very severe.

Anonymous said...

So sad. May the water recede fast; hope the likes of first nation and co will not go and bring in these fleets, thus endangering us here in Nigeria.

NaMe BeDis said...

Is Lagos a city?

SWAG LAFRESH said...

Amen

becky naka said...

No..its a village.

Bob_risky said...

I thought lagos is a stateπŸ€”πŸ€”

NaMe BeDis said...

Hahahahaha @ Bob_risky.

Becky pls educate yourself.

Anonymous said...

For those that need to know, there is Lagos as a city and there is Lagos as a State.

Just as their is Ondo as a City and Ondo as a state.

Likewise there is Enugu as a city and Enugu as a state.

Anonymous said...

Becky Naka..the flood did not cover the whole city. The Southwest area of Houston is not really affected. Houston is a city in the State of Texas, just like Lekki can be equated to a city in Lagos State.

Most of the places you're seeing on the news are in Downtown Houston, North Houston, Spring, Cypress, some parts of Katy and some parts of Sugarland. I live in the Southwest area and most people are fine here, Southwest Farmers Market on Bissonet is open, My Hoa is open. Westpark Tollway in the Southwest area is even open.

'Debamike Adekunle said...

Pearland was not really affected although stores were closed till yesterday

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