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Israeli Aid Group Rushes to Help Flooded Houston

EMT to rescue stranded Houstonians from Tropical Storm Harvey, August 27. (Courtesy) (Photo: courtesy)

An Israeli aid group hurried to Texas on Tuesday to help give emergency assistance and relief to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

The Times of Israel tells us more:

Seven members of the IsraAID non-governmental organization flew to Houston, where they will join three other members of the group who were already in the United States when Hurricane Harvey brought torrential downpours over the weekend, flooding homes and causing widespread damage. Harvey was later downgraded to a tropical storm.

IsraAID co-director Navonel Glick told The Times of Israel that among the group are disaster management experts, mental health experts, and engineers. They will focus on coordination of relief work and provide basic needs including stress relief activities and recreation for those impacted by the disaster…

Glick said the IsraAID team will work with state authorities and aid groups including those of the Jewish Federation in Houston as well as others connected to Jewish communities in the area, he said.

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