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Galveston, Texas, 1990 Flood


Published on December 3, 2014

On September 8, 1990 in the morning a hurricane had hit Galveston, Texas. This hurricane was known to be a category 4 hurricane, killing 8,000 people. This storm had winds reaching up to 135-miles-per-hour. It was hurling the water all around the city, causing people to drown everywhere. This was a storm-surge situation when the hurricane had hit. Also, this hurricane is known the be the second most costliest hurricane of all time, nearly $20 million dollars in damages.