Transcript for Family who lost everything in the storm finds moment of joy
Finally tonight, from the despair in Texas, a family losing everything in the tomorrow. Today, sharing their moment of joy. Here's ABC's Matt Gutman. Reporter: When we met Danielle weeks on Friday she was nine months pregnant and staring out at hurricane Harvey. Just hoping for the best. Reporter: The weeks had evacuated port aransas, but had to stay near Corpus Christi for an urgent date. I'm due to have my baby Tuesday via c-section. Reporter: What about your home? We live in an rv. We're pretty worried we wont have a home to back to. Reporter: The next day, we found it. That's what's left of their rv. That's their SUV. Later, they asked us to show them the video. Are you okay to see this? Their home was gone, but this morning, something else was coming. Let's go have a baby. Reporter: Laura Lynn. 7 pounds, 12 ounces, but that sweet, crooked yawn. Danielle, tired but smiling. Oh, my god. Reporter: What was it like? We got her out and instantly started crying. It was a great moment. Reporter: The best cry you ever heard, huh? Yes. Ye. She has definitely got some lungs on her though. Reporter: Even here life does go on. Matt Gutman, ABC news, corpus Christi. We want to thank Matt for that story. We want to thank you for watching. We also do want to note this is one of the first time in several days that it has stopped raining at least for now. I'm Tom llamas. Remember a special "20/20" tomorrow night on the disaster here in texas,and I hope From Boston's news leader,
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