houston - Certainly 8800 people have found a safe in Houston in a congress center. A Red Cross employee told local media that the complex was overcrowded.
At the George R. Brown Convention Center there was room for 5000 people, but that number has been long gone. People remain influenced in the meanwhile. These are men, women and children who were driven out of their homes after hurricane Harvey by the high water, or stranded on the way.
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According to the Red Cross, no one is sent away. Work is being done to expand capacity in the city's largest reception center. Americans seeking shelter in the center get the authorities to request their weapons at home. Pets are welcome.
The city of Houston denied on Twitter on Tuesday that the immigration status of people is being monitored at shelters. The city twittered in English and Spanish that there is definitely no question. 'This rumor is wrong!', According to the municipality.