Transcript for 'Waist deep waters' in Houston in wake of Harvey
We do want to go back to Houston Texas right now the situation is getting worse officials warning residents to stay off the streets. Get out of their addicts get on to their roots in our own reporter -- truck and out. Is there are on the scene but in some trouble himself. Enter. George this is an area that normally doesn't flood police officers thought that this location. Would be okay for us that things just went from bad to worse very quickly all across Houston in the waters much deeper than theirs. Across this whole parking lot just take a look down that way that black car submerged and beyond that it is even worse we're talking about waist deep waters. Roads are turned into rivers. The highway it's right behind me here callers are stalled out. All over the place the latest numbers 24 inches of rain in the Houston area and more than 1000 rescues. We're actually one of those rescues take a look as we consider walk around here. All of our cars are now being moved up onto the sidewalk here that is a consoles as TV that's up there on that high water rescue unit that. The plot that of that tow truck and there. Right now for us our game plan is to stay safe we're getting a break from one of those stronger bands right now as soon as the water recedes a little bit will likely move to weigh. Safer location be moving up to higher ground. Things are bad across the Houston area right now and unfortunately the looks thing it's gonna be this way for a few days George and Terry Kendall indecent thanks very much.
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