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Drivers, animals stranded by flooding in NW Harris County
HARRIS COUNTY, Texas -Â*Property owners say between 15 to 20 farm animals were rescued from a property near Cypress on Thursday afternoon after heavy overnight rains caused nearby creeks to rise quickly.
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