South Texas is cleaning up from Hanna, which continues weakening but its remnants still threaten to bring rainfall and flash flooding to waterlogged parts of Texas and Northern Mexico. (July 27)
MICHELLE GARCIA: I mean, I'll tell you it was super high. I think it was probably at our hips, if anything. In the house, it was, like, rising up. I went, like, we need to get out.
So I think-- I think it was around 12:00, then the boats came to come get us because we had to call them to come. I mean, it was like, the boat was already full. We're the last ones they were picking up. [INAUDIBLE] If you really dig in, you'll [INAUDIBLE].
PATRICIA RAMOS: Yesterday afternoon when I came through here, look, this is how bad. That was still-- and that was at 10:00 o'clock last night when I came.
NORA ESQUIVEL: And now with this, I have to allow people to come into my house. The insurance, and all this, and I'm scared. I'm scared because we have had a lot of people that-- because we're from here all my life, born and raised here, and all my friends are dying.