How Houston woman is coping 2 months after Hurricane Harvey

Iashia Nelson, who was stranded for hours on a roof during Hurricane Harvey, speaks out about how her family is coping more than 2 months after the hurricane.
1:00 | 11/13/17

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It was a lot of people in the room and a dealt with on back because. I was passing out I mean acting skiing hear all these people cry for help in witnesses somebody drowned it was just right this was a nightmare. What it was really Larry. Well you know you know why don't we have and why it's. And. Not defend myself you know it could've been worse you could have been DEA you could you write your children could Kennedy. You know. You could harm his right now which in that span and faculty half of them god is that now believe he finished them leave. Just got to be patient are out with look at the brightest thing. Without that outlets have now with the equipment the only thing women found that something good with the frog.

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