It's been nearly five months since Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston. Rebuilding efforts are far from over and many questions remain about the city's vulnerability to floods, its preparedness and what could have been done differently. Officials did not issue a widespread mandatory evacuation before or during Harvey, and more than 60,000 people had to be rescued from Houston and surrounding Harris County. Now, some experts fear that many Houstonians won't know what to do when the next hurricane comes.
Allison Lee from Houston Public Media reports.
This segment aired on January 18, 2018.
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