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Rescue Crews Respond to Texas Flooding

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Emergency personnel carry a woman from a rescue boat as people are evacuated from Arbor Court Apartments in the Greenspoint area Monday, April 18, 2016, in Houston. Massive flooding has become nearly an annual rite of passage in Houston, which is grappling with destroyed homes, trapped drivers and deaths for the third straight year. (Melissa Phillip/Houston Chronicle via AP)

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Residents of the Arbor Court apartments evacuate their flooded apartment complex in the Greenspoint area Monday, April 18, 2016, in Houston. (Brett Coomer/Houston Chronicle via AP)

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Residents are helped into the back of a truck as they leave their apartment complex surrounded by floodwaters Monday, April 18, 2016, in Houston. Storms have dumped more than a foot of rain in the Houston area, flooding dozens of neighborhoods and forcing the closure of city offices and the suspension of public transit. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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Severe Weather in Texas

Residents are helped into the back of a truck as they evacuate their apartment complex surrounded by floodwaters Monday, April 18, 2016, in Houston. Storms have dumped more than a foot of rain in the Houston area, flooding dozens of neighborhoods and forcing the closure of city offices and the suspension of public transit. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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Residents are helped into a dump truck as they evacuate their apartment complex surrounded by floodwaters Monday, April 18, 2016, in Houston. Storms have dumped more than a foot of rain in the Houston area, flooding dozens of neighborhoods and forcing the closure of city offices and the suspension of public transit. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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A rescue boat approaches Greens Bayou on Green Rd. Monday, April 18, 2016, in Houston, Texas. More than a foot of rain Monday in parts of Houston left scores of subdivisions and several major highways under water, knocked out power to thousands of people and closed schools. (Steve Gonzales/Houston Chronicle via AP)