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Hurricane Beryl

“Just my luck”: Houston begins clean up after Beryl rips through Gulf Coast

Across the Gulf Coast, fences toppled, awnings ripped, business signs soared away and traffic lights twisted askew.

Two sisters watch flooded Whiteoak Bayou waters flow next to downtown Houston on Monday, July 8, 2024. Rains from Hurricane Beryl overflowed the bayou but were not as significant as Hurricane Harvey.

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People work to get a truck out of the mud from a downed tree off Willowbend Boulevard after Hurricane Beryl brought strong winds and rain on Monday, July 8, 2024, in Houston.
A man cycles across a bridge over a flooded Whiteoak Bayou from Hurricane Beryl on Monday, July 8, 2024, in Houston.
A neighbor in Robindell surveys the flooded street in front of her house after Hurricane Beryl on Monday, July 8, 2024, in Houston.

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