‘This will be the worst natural disaster in American history. The economy’s impact, by the time its total destruction is completed, will approach $160 billion, which is similar to the combined effect of Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy,’ said  Joel Myers of AccuWeather to the  The New York Post.  

To date:


  • 40,000 homes are thought to have been destroyed by Hurricane Harvey as it rages into its sixth day  
  • 30,000 people are taking cover in other overcrowded shelters across Texas as more rain falls on the state 
  • 30 people have been confirmed dead by local authorities but the number is feared to be much higher 
  • People are trapped on the roofs of their homes which are quickly sinking under the flood water  
  • Louisiana is bracing itself for 10 inches of rain as the storm moves closer and closer to its shore 
  • There have now been five days of record breaking rain in Texas with more than 50inches falling since Friday 

To donate to the Red Cross’s Hurricane Harvey relief fund, click here.




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