Kyler Carpenter, 10, left, and Laela Carpenter, 11, look up through a hole that was torn in their roof by Hurricane Harvey. The cousins surveyed the damage Sunday to Laela’s family home in Bayside, Texas.

Kyler Carpenter, 10, left, and Laela Carpenter, 11, look up through a hole that was torn in their roof by Hurricane Harvey. The cousins surveyed the damage Sunday to Laela’s family home in Bayside, Texas.

 Corey Carpenter, 7, eats crackers in what used to be his cousin’s yard that was flooded when Hurricane Harvey hit Bayside, Texas. This small town on the coast was one of a handful of towns hit by the eye of the hurricane.

Corey Carpenter, 7, eats crackers in what used to be his cousin’s yard that was flooded when Hurricane Harvey hit Bayside, Texas. This small town on the coast was one of a handful of towns hit by the eye of the hurricane.

 Lucas Garcia, 60, walks through his destroyed home in Refugio, Texas. Garcia and seven other family members along with seven animals rode out Hurricane Harvey in a single room in the home.

Lucas Garcia, 60, walks through his destroyed home in Refugio, Texas. Garcia and seven other family members along with seven animals rode out Hurricane Harvey in a single room in the home.

 Harold Nubles, 54, searches through what is left of his barbecue truck in Refugio, Texas that was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey on Aug. 26, 2017.

Harold Nubles, 54, searches through what is left of his barbecue truck in Refugio, Texas that was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey on Aug. 26, 2017.

 Conner Keeng, 10, swings on his grandfather porch in Cuero, Texas as the Guadalupe River begins to rise in foreground on Aug. 28, 2017. Only days after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, inland towns such as Cuero were evacuated due to flash flooding caused by the hurricanes record breaking rainfall.

Conner Keeng, 10, swings on his grandfather porch in Cuero, Texas as the Guadalupe River begins to rise in foreground on Aug. 28, 2017. Only days after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, inland towns such as Cuero were evacuated due to flash flooding caused by the hurricanes record breaking rainfall.

 Helena Hamilton, 53, looks at the puddles of water left over after the Guadalupe River flooded her home in Greens Addition.

Helena Hamilton, 53, looks at the puddles of water left over after the Guadalupe River flooded her home in Greens Addition.

 Susie Starkey helps vacuum up leftover floodwater from the Hamilton's home in Greens Addition.

Susie Starkey helps vacuum up leftover floodwater from the Hamilton's home in Greens Addition.

 Nadine Butler, 81, sits on her sofa next to her cat Mama Rufus in her home in Victoria, Texas where she is on her eighth day without power or running water since Hurricane Harvey on Sept. 3, 2017.

Nadine Butler, 81, sits on her sofa next to her cat Mama Rufus in her home in Victoria, Texas where she is on her eighth day without power or running water since Hurricane Harvey on Sept. 3, 2017.

 Bill Gibbens, 52, picks up a tub of items that he salvaged from his vacation home in Rockport.

Bill Gibbens, 52, picks up a tub of items that he salvaged from his vacation home in Rockport.

 Samantha Torres, 23, left, and Jasmine Monroe, 24, right, stand outside of their home next to a pile of items they were forced to throw out after Hurricane Harvey caused widespread flooding, filling their home with water and damaging most of their belongings.

Samantha Torres, 23, left, and Jasmine Monroe, 24, right, stand outside of their home next to a pile of items they were forced to throw out after Hurricane Harvey caused widespread flooding, filling their home with water and damaging most of their belongings.

 Dominic Guerra, 8, stands in a moving truck as his family members move undamaged furniture into the truck from Patricia Wiegand's home in Bayside, Texas on Sept. 2, 2017.

Dominic Guerra, 8, stands in a moving truck as his family members move undamaged furniture into the truck from Patricia Wiegand's home in Bayside, Texas on Sept. 2, 2017.

 Fred Gonzales, 76, and his wife Louise Gonzales, 78, move a salvageable table from their home in the Key Allegro neighborhood of Rockport that was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey.

Fred Gonzales, 76, and his wife Louise Gonzales, 78, move a salvageable table from their home in the Key Allegro neighborhood of Rockport that was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey.

 Layton Carpenter, 12, walks down an empty driveway in Bayside holding a broken American flag that he found in the water after the hurricane hit Bayside.

Layton Carpenter, 12, walks down an empty driveway in Bayside holding a broken American flag that he found in the water after the hurricane hit Bayside.

 Kyler Carpenter, 10, left, and Laela Carpenter, 11, look up through a hole that was torn in their roof by Hurricane Harvey. The cousins surveyed the damage Sunday to Laela’s family home in Bayside, Texas.
 Corey Carpenter, 7, eats crackers in what used to be his cousin’s yard that was flooded when Hurricane Harvey hit Bayside, Texas. This small town on the coast was one of a handful of towns hit by the eye of the hurricane.
 Lucas Garcia, 60, walks through his destroyed home in Refugio, Texas. Garcia and seven other family members along with seven animals rode out Hurricane Harvey in a single room in the home.
 Harold Nubles, 54, searches through what is left of his barbecue truck in Refugio, Texas that was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey on Aug. 26, 2017.
 Conner Keeng, 10, swings on his grandfather porch in Cuero, Texas as the Guadalupe River begins to rise in foreground on Aug. 28, 2017. Only days after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, inland towns such as Cuero were evacuated due to flash flooding caused by the hurricanes record breaking rainfall.
 Helena Hamilton, 53, looks at the puddles of water left over after the Guadalupe River flooded her home in Greens Addition.
 Susie Starkey helps vacuum up leftover floodwater from the Hamilton's home in Greens Addition.
 Nadine Butler, 81, sits on her sofa next to her cat Mama Rufus in her home in Victoria, Texas where she is on her eighth day without power or running water since Hurricane Harvey on Sept. 3, 2017.
 Bill Gibbens, 52, picks up a tub of items that he salvaged from his vacation home in Rockport.
 Samantha Torres, 23, left, and Jasmine Monroe, 24, right, stand outside of their home next to a pile of items they were forced to throw out after Hurricane Harvey caused widespread flooding, filling their home with water and damaging most of their belongings.
 Dominic Guerra, 8, stands in a moving truck as his family members move undamaged furniture into the truck from Patricia Wiegand's home in Bayside, Texas on Sept. 2, 2017.
 Fred Gonzales, 76, and his wife Louise Gonzales, 78, move a salvageable table from their home in the Key Allegro neighborhood of Rockport that was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey.
 Layton Carpenter, 12, walks down an empty driveway in Bayside holding a broken American flag that he found in the water after the hurricane hit Bayside.

Kyler Carpenter, 10, left, and Laela Carpenter, 11, look up through a hole that was torn in their roof by Hurricane Harvey. The cousins surveyed the damage Sunday to Laela’s family home in Bayside, Texas.

Corey Carpenter, 7, eats crackers in what used to be his cousin’s yard that was flooded when Hurricane Harvey hit Bayside, Texas. This small town on the coast was one of a handful of towns hit by the eye of the hurricane.

Lucas Garcia, 60, walks through his destroyed home in Refugio, Texas. Garcia and seven other family members along with seven animals rode out Hurricane Harvey in a single room in the home.

Harold Nubles, 54, searches through what is left of his barbecue truck in Refugio, Texas that was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey on Aug. 26, 2017.

Conner Keeng, 10, swings on his grandfather porch in Cuero, Texas as the Guadalupe River begins to rise in foreground on Aug. 28, 2017. Only days after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, inland towns such as Cuero were evacuated due to flash flooding caused by the hurricanes record breaking rainfall.

Helena Hamilton, 53, looks at the puddles of water left over after the Guadalupe River flooded her home in Greens Addition.

Susie Starkey helps vacuum up leftover floodwater from the Hamilton's home in Greens Addition.

Nadine Butler, 81, sits on her sofa next to her cat Mama Rufus in her home in Victoria, Texas where she is on her eighth day without power or running water since Hurricane Harvey on Sept. 3, 2017.

Bill Gibbens, 52, picks up a tub of items that he salvaged from his vacation home in Rockport.

Samantha Torres, 23, left, and Jasmine Monroe, 24, right, stand outside of their home next to a pile of items they were forced to throw out after Hurricane Harvey caused widespread flooding, filling their home with water and damaging most of their belongings.

Dominic Guerra, 8, stands in a moving truck as his family members move undamaged furniture into the truck from Patricia Wiegand's home in Bayside, Texas on Sept. 2, 2017.

Fred Gonzales, 76, and his wife Louise Gonzales, 78, move a salvageable table from their home in the Key Allegro neighborhood of Rockport that was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey.

Layton Carpenter, 12, walks down an empty driveway in Bayside holding a broken American flag that he found in the water after the hurricane hit Bayside.

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