'Almost our entire city is underwater overnight,' says Port Arthur city manager

KTRK's Forti Kallergis reports from Texas.
0:47 | 08/30/17

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Transcript for 'Almost our entire city is underwater overnight,' says Port Arthur city manager
I just had a chance to talk to the city manager just said it. Quote almost all in high here to see. It's under water overnight they got so much rated this area this is a staging ground just come to the north side of we're under. You can see as far as the eye can see rescue boats. People being brought back to this area because you can't go any further than where we are right now we've seen them time and time again over the last ten minutes or so that we've been here. Bringing people from long wheelchairs that had an oxygen mask they've brought in on short. They also brought the elderly people that got that we're not able to get out obviously winning made them a priority and brought them back in you can see that huge truck right now. As a number of people that need to be there needed to be evacuated they loaded them back. The doctor that they are now bring them here.

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