Hurricane Harvey 2 years later: Buffalo Bayou time lapse (Credit: Teddy Vandenberg)

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Hurricane Harvey 2 years later: Buffalo Bayou time lapse (Credit: Teddy Vandenberg) 5
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I still don’t understand how my house didn’t flood.

Author — Dj Boo

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That storm was a freaking monster. :/ I remember when we all cheered when the sun came out.

Author — Emily Maldonado

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Hurricanes kills hundreds but damit thay make a hell of a time lapse

Author — caidengaming 07

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Hello, person in Houston here. I remember all theamber alerts, they were about tornados and flash floods. It was terrible.

Author — Claudia Washington

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That’s just scary as shit, watching it as it surpasses the freeway height.

Author — i_am_gohan92

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Okay so I went to my idk but went to his house it was in Houston and we saw the water it was brown it was big

Author — TNM ERROR

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God bless you all Jesus Loves you and The Blessed Mother too

Author — GIcraft64

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U went throught my birthday was aauguest 24th the day it happened i didnt get tp celebrate it that year :(

Author — Victoria DeLeon

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Memorial Drive under water! Imagine that!

Author — Matt Kratoville

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During the day on August 26 people and dogs are strolling along the path at lower left. By midnight it's submerged, and it never reappears in this video.

Author — hebneh

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Sandalwood/Lakeview sure got hit!!! Buffalo Bayou and Patti Lynn Lake became one!!!

Author — Matt Kratoville

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I was getting off of work at 10... I never seen that much rain fall down so fast. It was like curtains of rain falling down. NRG in like 10-20 mintues the roads were flooded. I was near NRG stadium. Kirby flooded, main flooded, 610 at highway 90 super flooded. Only the first 10-20 minutes... So we just parked. Then there was a little break in the rain and we had to slowly navigate home everything was flooded. ALL Bayous were at it's peak already in the southwest area.



My biggest regret was not owning a phone. I got my first phone after Harvey. It was then I knew how people die in flash floods. We went down kriby when it was still raining but then stopped once the water got to high. When we turned around the path we took was already flooded out. We were able to find a different path luckily.



Now I am still trying to find a way out of Houston. I can't trust the city anymore. After living somewhere else during this pandemic, I noticed something.



I was watching the local news and houston news. Houston has a HUGE gun problem. The youth are getting their hands on guns easily. They also have ruiend their minds with social media and don't value life anymore. These generations with guns now, if they have a spat, instead of a simply talking it out or going for a 1 on 1 fist fight. They lure the person or find the person and just shoot bullets at them with not a care in the world. Houston, we have a problem.

Author — Ratus

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Please link to the original source. KHOU did not record this.

That said... The night of August 26th... one of the worst nights of my life.

Author — Jason Harris

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My mom is brave at anything because she had bravery to go out while it was flooding to save our drowning kitten.What a moment to remember

Author — Русский БМГО

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I’m a bit lost...is there like not much night or day

Author — Vini grae

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damn, not only the light post next to the side was completely underwater, but the road too. it also looks like chocolate milk and sewage that probably smells like rotting corpses.

Author — Doritos chowder 101