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Harvey Hell: Off the Air and on the Ropes (Paperback)
This first-hand account retells how Hurricane Harvey got beyond our control, wiping out the KHOU television station, and becoming the deadliest Texas hurricane in almost 100 years. Come with me back to August 2017 when a feeble, disorganized disturbance roared to life and brought untold destruction to the Texas coast. It builds a chronicle of our heroic struggle in the face of a hurricane of unimaginable magnitude. This riveting and powerful story of a
meteorologist and his team amidst dire circumstances is an excellent memoir of what happened when we met the terrible and uncontrollable force of nature. See for yourself the unnerving model data, how we planned to cover the storm, and our subsequent evacuation from the TV station as flood water overtook it. Learn of the recovery, the rebuilding process, and the relentless pursuit of life saving information to uphold KHOU's promise to always "Stand for Houston."