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Finally, relief for flood ravaged Houston seems to be near as Tropical Storm Harvey slowly churned toward the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday afternoon.

But the departing remnants of Harvey’s backside continued to dump more rain in Houston where 56 credit unions collectively serve nearly 800,000 members and their families. In addition, reported levee breaches threatened to pour even more water onto roads and neighborhoods where homeowners are evacuated their flooded homes and vehicles. Since Friday, 49 inches of rain has fallen on the nation’s fourth largest city, which is a new record or the Lone Star State, according to national media reports.

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