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chriswojomi This cute dude reminds us of #HurricaneIke and the havoc he brought to South Texas. #tookies #Houston #weather 6d

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zetasigma163 Antiquing in Galveston. #hurricaneike 6d

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margsantucci Hurricane Ike taught us well. #HurricaneIke #HTX #poweroutage #Houston #Texas 2w

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becababy2 Happy New Years from the Dixie Chicken! #NYE #HurricaneIke #Sharknado #DixieChicken 4w

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Normal Kayla Mullins

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scotgirl90 #hurricaneike high water level. Reality! 1mon

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jdmchann Among the hurricane #Ike relief supplies sent by great #friends was this picture drawn by my godson that made me #smile . #tbt#throwbackthursday #Mchann 6mon

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plus_size_diva_b_lishis #NoLie This is how our apartment looked when we moved in it after #HurricaneIke smh but we #BouncedBackQuick 2mon

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flowerchildkayla height of #hurricaneike when it tore through #galveston in 2008. 2mon

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2mon fema
Valencia Federal Emergency Mgmt Agency
fema Disasters affect more than just humans—animals feel their effects too. Many lose their homes and companions and when Hurricane Ike struck Texas in 2008, cows like this one were stranded. Relief trucks carrying food (hay, in this case!) were brought in to ensure that these animals were fed. 2mon

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Normal Mollie Marie Armintor
bellacupcake13 My late #tbt - the amazing sunset the Friday night before #hurricaneike hit (it hit around 1:15am early Saturday morning) in #2008. Amazing how nature can prepare for a natural disaster in such a beautiful way...#mothernature #naturalbeauty #beautifuldisaster #nofilter #nofilterneeded 2mon

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