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Before And After: Dramatic Satellite Photos Show Texas Towns Underwater

As Harvey's waters begin to recede, the hard work of recovery begins. New satellite photos show just what the storm wrought: an almost unfathomable amount of water, submerging entire towns.
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It can be hard to grasp the full impact of what Harvey unleashed on the Gulf Coast of Texas. After all, the story has been told mostly at ground level: Texans wading across interstate highways, scores of people trapped. We've learned of and tales of people opening their homes to welcome those in need.

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