Remembering Noah’s Biblical Ark, but this time, it is more than one Ark in Texas as Hurricane Harvey Made U-Turn

LEVEE BREACH DUE TO HARVEY FORCES EVACUATION IN HOUSTON SUBURB | Reporting by Gary McWilliams and Marianna Parraga; editing by Dan Grebler and Bill Trott | Additional Reporting by Stephen Igbinovia

Since Harvey made landfall, the evacuation efforts have been enormous. Absolutely, much more help is needed. The images below (credited to Reuter) are shocking, reminding us once again Noah’s Biblical Ark which saved mankind.

As if the earlier Landfall wasn’t enough or didn’t triggered enough damages through downpour – Harvey is making a comeback to strike again by Wednesday according to weather reports.

A levee along the Brazos River south of Houston breached on Tuesday due to heavy rains from Tropical Storm Harvey, forcing officials to call for residents to evacuate low-lying areas.

Matt Sebesta, the chief administrator of Brazoria County, urged residents of the Columbia Lakes neighborhood to leave. “They need to get out. Get to higher ground in Angleton,” the county seat, he said in a televised interview.

Columbia Lakes is about 50 miles from Houston, close to the Brazos River. The Houston area’s rivers have started to flood. Harris County officials earlier on Tuesday warned residents of six northern Houston neighborhoods to evacuate around two water reservoirs that had started overflowing.

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