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PHOTO GALLERY: Texans struggle to resume life after Harvey devastation


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Rescue crews save residents in Port Arthur, Texas on September 1, 2017 AFP
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Donald Charles throws out a bag of damaged items from his parent's home as his sister, Cindy Charles, examines a salvaged guitar Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 AP
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Donald Charles, left, and his sister Cindy Charles wear protective suits and masks as they remove items from their parents' flood-damaged home Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 AP
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Joan Finmore looks out as she takes a break from sorting items at a friend's flooded home Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 AP
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Donald Charles wears a protective suit and mask as he cleans out his parents' flood-damaged home Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 AP
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People look for good deals on salvaged custom cowboy boots at Jesse's Shoe Repair as residents begin the recovery process from Hurricane Harvey on September 1, 2017 AFP
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Jenna Fountain and her father Kevin carry a bucket down Regency Drive to try to recover items from their flooded home in Port Arthur, Texas, September 1, 2017 AFP
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A worker carries water damaged wood as he passes salvaged personal items from a once flooded home as residents begin the recovery process from Hurricane Harvey, September 1, 2017 AFP
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A bicyclist looks at a truck flipped into floodwater in Port Arthur, Texas on September 1, 2017 AFP
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With damages in the billions of dollars and a human toll of 45 dead, residents in Texas begin to bury the dead and look ahead for recovery

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