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>> Residents of Texas bracing themselves Friday for hurricane Harvey, now spinning into potentially the biggest hurricane to hit the US in more than a decade. Harvey, now a category two storm, with winds of 105 miles an hour, as it moves northwest off the coast of Corpus Christi. Babies from a local neonatal intensive care unit seen here being flown north to safety.
Homes and businesses boarded up with life threatening floods expected along the Gulf Coast. Gasoline prices all ready rising on concerns that Harvey could cause shortages to fuel supply. Four refineries in the region have shut down ahead of the storm. Texas and Louisiana declared states of disaster. Harvey is expected to come ashore as a category three hurricane by late Friday or early Saturday.