It’s hard enough having a flood in your backyard…this Texas woman filmed alligators swimming in her backyard after the floods from Hurricane Harvey swamped the area.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dTPE82KbiU

IN CASE YOU HAVEN’T HEARD:

Things have gotten so bad in Houston that the the US Army Corps of Engineers has announced plans to begin releasing water into Buffalo Bayou from two flood-control dams — in the attempt to prevent uncontrollable flooding downtown and near the Houston Ship Channel.

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City authorities said Sunday night that they had rescued more than 1,000 people who had been trapped on their roofs or in their homes.

SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES RESCUE TRUCKER FROM DEEP FLOODING:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVX7YDPpCXM

Houston’s mayor on Sunday defended the decision not to evacuate the city ahead of the storm — insisting that to do so would have created an even worse “nightmare.’’

“If you think the situation right now is bad, you give an order to evacuate, you are creating a nightmare. Especially when it’s not planned,” Mayor Sylvester Turner told ABC.

HOUSTON…WE HAVE A PROBLEM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3t9hDm34DE

The Texas Governor said it’s not the time to second guess the Houston mayor: “Now is not the time to second-guess the decisions that were made,” Abbott said. “We’re at the stage where we just need to respond to the emergencies and necessities the people of Houston have.”

The officials’ comments came as everyone from hospital patients to TV anchors and prison inmates were forced to flee the ravaged southeast part of the state.

Patients at Houston’s Ben Taub Hospital were being moved to other medical facilities when water seeped into the basement, damaging its electrical system.

KHOU-TV anchorman Len Cannon was on the air Sunday morning when he spotted water coming into the station. He and his co-workers were forced into a second-floor conference room.

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