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Still Stranded: Surrounded By 12 Feet Of Water, She's Turning To Facebook For Help

Chiwoniso Luzolo has been waiting in her house since Sunday afternoon. Her deck, backyard and front yard in Cypress, Texas, outside Houston are flooded, and the water is rising.
Chiwoniso Luzolo used Facebook Live to ask for help while she is stranded by 12 feet of water surrounding her home in Cypress, Texas on Monday. Source: Courtesy of Chiwoniso Luzolo

Like many Texans, Chiwoniso Luzolo is desperate to be rescued from her home — as she has been since Sunday afternoon. Her deck, backyard and front yard in Cypress, Texas, outside Houston are flooded, made worse by water released from nearby dams.

The house and deck

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