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STORM-IKE/
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September 15, 2008
A dog stands guard at a home, damaged by a fallen tree, in the Heights historic district neighborhood...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A dog stands guard at a home, damaged by a fallen tree, in the Heights historic district neighborhood...
A dog stands guard at a home, damaged by a fallen tree, in the Heights historic district neighborhood near downtown Houston September 15, 2008. Ice, bottled water and other vital supplies poured into storm-struck Texas on Monday as the nerve center for the U.S. energy industry struggled without electricity to recover from Hurricane Ike's mighty punch. About 2,000 people had been plucked from flooded areas by helicopters and boats in the largest rescue effort in the state's history as searchers scoured hard-hit places like the devastated island city of Galveston. That city was shredded when the hurricane made landfall on Saturday morning. REUTERS/Richard Carson
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