Help Arrives for Texas Flood Victims
U.S. Disaster Relief | 4:20 DR-150504_Texas_Flooding_2_ST_MIX.m4v
Samaritan's Purse U.S. Disaster Relief volunteers work alongside flooded residents in Wimberley, Texas. Homeowner, Alison Harla, describes escaping the rising water with minutes to spare.
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