Volunteer Derek Burke, right, helps carry a family's belongings after boaters rescued them from flooding in the aftermath of Harvey in Beaumont, Texas on Aug. 30. Gov. Greg Abbott said Wednesday that "the worst is not over" for southeastern Texas as widespread flooding continues.
Volunteer Derek Burke, right, helps carry a family's belongings after boaters rescued them from flooding in the aftermath of Harvey in Beaumont, Texas on Aug. 30. Gov. Greg Abbott said Wednesday that "the worst is not over" for southeastern Texas as widespread flooding continues. Ryan Pelham AP
Volunteer Derek Burke, right, helps carry a family's belongings after boaters rescued them from flooding in the aftermath of Harvey in Beaumont, Texas on Aug. 30. Gov. Greg Abbott said Wednesday that "the worst is not over" for southeastern Texas as widespread flooding continues. Ryan Pelham AP

York County sites collecting supplies for Harvey flood victims in Texas

August 30, 2017 07:41 PM

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