From left: Lynn Muncy, Jeffrey Southerland, Garrett Marshall and Jordan Fabel helped rescue folks in the Houston area earlier this week and will return next week to help however they can.
From left: Lynn Muncy, Jeffrey Southerland, Garrett Marshall and Jordan Fabel helped rescue folks in the Houston area earlier this week and will return next week to help however they can. Jordan Fabel Courtesy
From left: Lynn Muncy, Jeffrey Southerland, Garrett Marshall and Jordan Fabel helped rescue folks in the Houston area earlier this week and will return next week to help however they can. Jordan Fabel Courtesy

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