David and Jennifer Bradshaw thought they were clear when the rains of Hurricane Harvey subsided. They had been evacuated from the rising water on the street and were almost ready to celebrate when the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs were cleared – a move that changed the lives of thousands of west Houston residents.
The Bradshaws had lived in their Yorkshire home since 1999 and had remodeled and expanded the 1960s ranch-style home to 3,700 square feet in the years leading up to Hurricane 2017. The release of the reservoir sent about a foot of water into their home, where it stood for several days.
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