Hundreds of Harvey Evacuees in S.A.

This satellite image provided by NASA on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017 shows Hurricane Harvey off the Gulf of Mexico. Harvey intensified as it steered toward the Texas coast on Friday, with forecasters saying it had strengthened to a Category 2 storm with the potential to swamp communities more than 100 miles (161 kilometers) inland. (NASA via AP)

By Bill O’Neil

We’re expecting another update from the City of San Antonio’s Emergency Operations Center Friday Afternoon.

Bexar County remains under a flash flood watch and tropical storm warning ahead of Hurricane Harvey’s expected arrival in Texas.

At last check, nearly 500 evacuees had checked in at the Bexar County Reception Center on Gembler Road. About 200 patients have been evacuated to San Antonio from Corpus Christi area hospitals.



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