An excavator is used to move a mountain of debris created in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Port Aransas, Texas. The storm damaged or destroyed 80 percent of local homes and businesses and arrived just before Labor Day, wiping out the lucrative summer season's final weeks.
An excavator is used to move a mountain of debris created in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Port Aransas, Texas. The storm damaged or destroyed 80 percent of local homes and businesses and arrived just before Labor Day, wiping out the lucrative summer season's final weeks. Eric Gay AP
An excavator is used to move a mountain of debris created in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Port Aransas, Texas. The storm damaged or destroyed 80 percent of local homes and businesses and arrived just before Labor Day, wiping out the lucrative summer season's final weeks. Eric Gay AP

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