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| On the road with Hurricane Harvey: what it was like to cover the storm

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Guardian reporter Rory Carroll spent days travelling through the storm’s passage, witnessing remarkable resilience and generosity, and dismaying damage
The rain started about an hour south of Dallas, specks bouncing off the windshield. It thrummed heavier, eased, then hammered down in waves, a syncopated rhythm.
By Buffalo it was sluicing, blotting out the moon, stars and landscape, everything except the blurry headlights ahead. Cars, then trucks, started pulling off the I-45.

Yes it's blurry but in absence of a waterproof phone I'm shooting through a Jiffy bag.

The first casualty of tropical storms isn't truth but footwear.

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