The death toll in Typhoon Harvey reached to 38 on Thursday as the hurricane hit Texas and Gulf coast. Due to the powerful storm, Texas vanished its drinking water supply and soldiers. On Thursday, police officials and rescue workers evacuated several people. Over a million people have been displaced in the storm. Various 779,000 Texans have been forced to leave their homes and other 980,000 left willingly due to danger of flooding, as per Department of Homeland Security acting Secretary Elaine Duke.
The water supply of Beaumont city of Houston was also cut on Thursday following the increase in the flow of river that enforced the rescue of its hospital and natives in adjacent Orange County.
Due to rain water, the chemical plant faced blast at the factory situated in Houston.
After Hurricane Harvey, the health problems gets increased which growled on shore on Friday as the strongest storm to strike Texas.
Richard affirmed her nephew had been ensnared on Thursday night in a swamped apartment with various family members. “He affirmed there were snakes in the water and spiders crawling up the walls. But they got out.”
Nearly 38 people lost their lives in six countries involving Houston and others, local officials affirmed. Other 19 were displaced.
On Thursday, US Vice President Mike Pence went to Texas to look out the situation.
“The American people are with you. We are here today, we will be here tomorrow and we will be here every day until this city and this state and this region rebuild bigger and better than ever before,” Pence stated.