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Levee Structure Eroded; Mandatory Evacuation Still In Place Due To Possible Breach

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Kevin Baker – Search For Your Dream Home

Harris County, Texas – August 30th, 2017: The mandatory evacuation order that was issued for residents that live within the Inverness Forest Subdivision is STILL in place as the threat for a possible levee breach increases.

Overnight, a portion of the levee has been eroded out from the base of the levee. Water came over the top of the intake system where the storm pumps are at and cascaded down, striking a portion of the levee where it has weakened and eroded.

The concern is that the pressure from the water flowing down cypress creek could force its way through the eroded area and could cause a breach.

The Harris County Flood Control District, Texas Task Force 1 and several other agencies are working diligently to make emergency repairs to shore up the levee and prevent the breach.

The MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDER for Inverness Forest REMAINS in effect.

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