Communities Along Texas' Rivers Bouncing Back after Hurricane Harvey
WHARTON--Communities along Texas' rivers are slowly bouncing back from damage done by raging waters after Hurricane Harvey.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey's data, the Colorado river in Wharton is below flood stage after being there several days.
Many businesses in Wharton are still closed. One small business owner said the water came two feet into his business. The building is under lease. The business owner will have tor replace the inventory, but said he will stay in town.
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