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>> Rockport obviously, you know we're still on recovery, we're still rebuilding, but I think emotionally storms not over for a lot of us.>> Zachary Dearing needs no reminder of the wrath of 2017's deadly hurricane Harvey. He sees it everyday as the category 4 storm level, the Texas City of Rockport last August, killing two people.
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Dearing helped others to stay alive. Trapped in this elementary school, he organized the care of over 100 people, including some 20 seniors in wheelchairs, and six people on oxygen.>> You just don't forget the fear of letting people down.>> That fear propelled Dearing and a team of volunteers to brave Harvey's high winds to find a car they could use to recharge a portable oxygen machine.
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Now, months later, Dearing and millions of others who are still rebuilding, are bracing for a new hurricane season. Dearing who has been held a local hero, already knows the advice he give neighbors. If another storm like Harvey threatens Texas.>> And I would reencourage anybody to go.