Chris Gloninger’s Scenes from Harvey Devastation

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Meteorologist Chris Gloninger headed out to Texas to cover the severe flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey on Sunday afternoon.
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Chris arrived in Houston on Sunday afternoon.
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Chris and his photographer Cary Patton stopped in Dallas to stock up on food before heading to Houston.
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Chris visited with Ashley Ranney and her family who were waiting for first responders in Spring, Texas.
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Ashley's home was completely flooded by Tropical Storm Harvey.
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Chris helped get a group of people to safety in Spring, Texas, and they thanked him.
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Here is some of the flooding north of Houston.
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Streets were completely flooded in Spirng, Texas.
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Officials rescue a woman from flooded streets in Spring, Texas.
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Many rescue workers worked throughout the night removing people from their homes.
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Rain still comes down in Spring, Texas.
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Streets were completely flooded.
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Officials wade through high waters to rescue civilians.
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I-45 remains shut going southbound heading into Houston due to Harvey flooding.
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Vernon's, a popular spot in Conroe, Texas, is completely flooded.
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Chris spotted a crawfish walking down the road in Texas.
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Here are some of the other animals he spotted.
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Chris and photographer Cary were driving down the road with no barricades.
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Early Wednesday morning Houston police officers carried a child through the flood waters.
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Here's a look inside one of the shelters in Houston.
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