houston - While the hurricane Irma is traveling through the Caribbean to the coast of Florida, Texas is still not fully resolved by Harvey, the previous hurricane. In the southern state, the number of deaths is now officially sixty.
Who thinks the storm has disappeared completely, is wrong. US media report that Texas is still experiencing heavy rainfall. There are still areas under water to stand.
On the coast, the most affected part of the state, the residents returned to their possessions and began to recover. In many homes there is still a low level of water. Before that has disappeared and the remains have dried up, there has been a long time gone.