Galveston is Temporarily Uninhabitable After Hurricane Ike

Posted on September 14, 2008

The aftermath of Hurricane Ike is starting to set in. Thousands of people have been rescued along the southeast Texas coast after they were inundated by Hurricane Ike's powerful surge. KHOU, and the Galveston Daily News are working hard to keep locals informed. The video from MSNBC explains how many of those who remained in Galveston during Hurricane Ike are now leaving because they city has become temporarily uninhabitable. There are no lights, no food and no running water and power may not return to the island for several weeks.

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