A powerful over the past 12 years, the storm hit the U.S. state of Texas. The wind speed of 60 m/c running off the roof and break the walls of buildings already having left without electricity more than 150 thousand inhabitants of the city of Corpus Christi (Texas) on the Gulf coast. Those who were not evacuated from dangerous areas, record the events on video.
The disaster has hit the city of Rockport, with a population of 10,5 thousand people, where evacuation was mandatory. There is marked destruction.
RT worldonalert #Harvey: Massive destruction in #Rockport. Roofs and walls are gone. pic.twitter.com/hqVaDpqu3o por #webcamsdemexico
— Vanguardia (@VanguardiaSon) 26 Aug 2017
10:30 pm. In the eye. Major damage to building. A whole wall collapsed. 943.5 mb. #HARVEY in Rockport pic.twitter.com/YTMiVWnnL9
— Josh Morgerman (@iCyclone) 26 Aug 2017
In particular, destroyed the school building.
Damage to the Rockport Fulton High School #Harvey #HurricaneHarvey
“It’s hard to tell how strong the wind now,” write some.
Other hard-standing, but continue to remove
Wild to see all the mesovortices in #Harvey eyewall. It’s like a giant fidget spinner from hell with an enhanced tornado risk on each lobe. pic.twitter.com/q6hbLyamxc
— Garrett Lewis (@5NEWSGarrett) 26 Aug 2017
But the best review, of course, from space looks like a hurricane from above, shows NASA.
After the hurricane dies down before the storm values, forecasters advised residents of the coast relax: the region will fall, heavy rains, threatening a rise in water level at 70 cm.