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In the Absence of Cameras, Hurt Remains in South Texas

But in the vacuum left by the news vans, TV cameras and reporters vying for air time are human beings left wondering how they will ever put their lives back together. And more than a few in South Texas, where Hurricane Harvey dealt as bad a blow to the U.S. as any ill wind has ever delivered, are wondering—worrying—how they will keep their livestock from starving.

 

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