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Severe Storms, Flooding Cause at Least 3 Deaths, Traffic Nightmares
Severe Storms, Flooding Cause at Least 3 Deaths, Traffic Nightmares

Houston and cities across Texas are experiencing some of their worst flooding in years. In fact, the severe storms and flooding have created dangerous and frustrating traffic congestion and have made many local roadways impassable. At The Daspit Law Firm, our accident ...

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    Safety officials across Texas have noted that motorcycle crashes and fatalities have continued to rise. Since the story first broke last year, cities ...

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