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Dallas prepping 'mega-shelter' to host 5000 evacuees who were forced to flee their homes due to Hurricane Harvey

A third shelter has opened up in Dallas for Hurricane Harvey evacuees

The confirmed death toll from the hurricane is three, but that is likely to rise.

While many wait, almost 500 people trapped at Houston's Hobby Airport found their Dallas reprieve Sunday night.

"We are going to go out and try to find any potential victims that may be there", said the spokesman, Jake Smith. David Brady, CEO of the Red Cross' Texas Gulf Coast chapter, said that the volunteers were critical to making sure evacuees "feel comfortable here, and that they're willing and wanting to pull those cots together". "We can't deploy them to where we need them with their equipment".

Other retailers are also involved in relief efforts.

But Feltgen cautioned: "We're not done with this". Chad Norvell said the couple was on the phone with 911 asking for help when the line went silent. Friday's forecast called for mostly sunny skies with a high near 94.

The state will inform the city how many evacuees to expect, but that number is now unknown, Rubinson said.

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Ken Sandy, a shelter manager for the American Red Cross, said Monday that more than 2,600 people took shelter in the George R. Brown Convention Center. The crowds included many from outside Houston.

Yeah, our reporters at the convention center talked with people who were thankful to be in a safe, dry place.

One of the worries, said Schlegelmilch, is that numerous severely flooded neighborhoods weren't in evacuation areas.

Mayor Sylvester Turner and Police Chief Art Acevedo said Tuesday they were aware of the report but would not confirm it.

The Dallas Zoo is welcoming Hurricane Harvey evacuees, free of charge.

I talked to someone who had come to sign up to be a volunteer, but they turned her away.

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Six members of a family were feared dead after their van sank into Greens Bayou in East Houston. The newspaper, citing three unidentified department officials, said the 30-year officer was heading to work Sunday when he became trapped in his auto in high water on Interstate 45 in north Harris County.

Authorities acknowledge that fatalities from Harvey could soar once the floodwaters start to recede from one of America's largest metropolitan centers.

On Tuesday, a pair of 70-year-old reservoir dams overflowed for the first time because of the overwhelming amount of rainfall.

Engineers began releasing water from the Addicks and Barker reservoirs Monday to ease the strain on the dams.

Some smaller shelters grew overcrowded and undersupplied because so many people had to be rescued. The church, once home to the Houston Rockets, seats 16,000 people.

In Brazoria County, just south of Harris County, officials on Tuesday ordered all residents living west of Highway 288, a major highway into Houston, and South of Highway 6 to evacuate to get out of the path of flooding from a breached levee. "They are no longer in the yard".

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Officials in Houston were also keeping an eye on infrastructure such as bridges, roads and pipelines that are in the path of the floodwaters. "Texas has never seen an event like this". "And just by the grace of God we were able to come here and have somewhere to stay". In 1994, a pipeline ruptured on the river near Interstate 10 and caught fire. The center has 1.8 million square feet (0.17 million sq. meters) of space. That's a record for the continental United States. A weather station southeast of Houston reported 49.32 inches (1.25 meters) of rain. Four days later, 66,000 New Orleans residents had been evacuated from the city by bus or plane, according to the US Department of Transportation.

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