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Sep 13, 2008 Full story: The Day 148

Debris covers Highway 146 at the Galveston County & Harris County line in the City of Seabrook, Texas on Saturday morning Sept.

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John

Captain Cook, HI

#1 Sep 13, 2008
My friend lives at 506 Crestwood Dr., Seabrook, TX near Taylor Lake. I live in Hawaii and i can't get ahold of her. Does anyone know what happened in this area?
Marine France

L'aigle, France

#3 Sep 14, 2008
Hi, I'm really afraid , because I can't join my friends living in Seabrook !! somebodies can tell me if seabrook get important damages ??
what's wrong with this area ??? please ,I can't communicate for the moment with my friends (mail, phone etc no answers !! thanks a lot to every body can give me news and reassure me.
marineetard@hotmail.com
Danielle Lally

Lewisville, TX

#4 Sep 14, 2008
My mother-in-law and a close family friend live in Seabrook. They are here. We do know there is no utilities and they are not letting residents return home yet. The area around Old Seabrook, which normally floods, has water but other areas do not have any flooding.

Went to Seabrook's website ( http://www.ci.seabrook.tx.us ) and they have a number to call for information and will post updates on this site. Hopefully you will be able to get information this way.
sones

Austin, TX

#5 Sep 14, 2008
Anyone have a boat in Seabrook shipyard? How did it come out?
sebrook327

Houston, TX

#6 Sep 14, 2008
The city is shut down at this time el largo next to Seabrook has a lot of down trees and street flooding. No idea when we will be allowed in
JLT

Seattle, WA

#7 Sep 14, 2008
sones wrote:
Anyone have a boat in Seabrook shipyard? How did it come out?
I have a boat there and have no idea as of yet how it came out. We are not being alloewd in yet
__ Mom NM

United States

#8 Sep 14, 2008
My daughter did not evacuate, The area has no electricity, no phone access until recently, my daughter got through on her cell phone late yesterday.they had no water in their house at Taylor Lake,Lots of flooding and high water debris, downed trees in some areas, saw them on MSNBC and FOXNEWS...all businesses closed, some street simpassable,but, MOST IMPORTANT not a word of any true stranded folks or any personal injury. Kind of the usual hurricane aftermatth for people who live in the areas..no one allowed in except rescue/repair people but those who stayed are allowed to stay.But they are all self sufficient no stores etc.I was able to keep in touch with my daughter because I had been told you can TEXT MESSAGE even if phone access is not working...it is nothing like the scenes in Galveston because galveston is an island and took full hit of the hurricane and has gulf on one side and bay on the other.Relatively speaking they all seem ok in the area.
Bill

Boulder, CO

#9 Sep 14, 2008
Does anyone have any info on the homes across Meyers from the Ball Park?
Bald Monday

San Marcos, TX

#10 Sep 14, 2008
Neptune Subs on Hwy 146 remains standing with limited damage and intends to open within the next couple of days.

Areas east of 146 in Seabrook range from significant damage to total loss. The other side of the road north of NASA 1 has verying degrees of damage.
Tina

Warren, MI

#11 Sep 14, 2008
Anyone have any news on Mesquite St. in Alvin? I cannot reach my son who lives there and am very worried. Thanks
Lynn

AOL

#12 Sep 14, 2008
Any news on Regatta Bay apartments on Repsdorph Road? We have family living in that area.
__ Mom NM

United States

#13 Sep 14, 2008
Tina wrote:
Anyone have any news on Mesquite St. in Alvin? I cannot reach my son who lives there and am very worried. Thanks
I am not sure if this helps but if you type "Alvin Texas, Ike" it will start you on a series of sites and eventualy there are some info numbers and links...abd a red cross sign up for messages good luck
Kris

Arlington, TX

#14 Sep 14, 2008
Does anyone know any information about The Waterfront Apartments? About how much water it is/was under? Thanks...
Nancy

United States

#15 Sep 14, 2008
In talking to a neighbor of mine ,,, an EMT, seabrook is without water or sewage therefore we can not come home until probably wednesday. I live in the Baybrook subdivision off red bluff and todville, abnd understand we had no flooding and minimal wind damage. Fences down and stuff like that. We are very blessed, Hope this helps some of you.
Sherry

Glendale, AZ

#16 Sep 14, 2008
Does anyone know the conditions around NASA Rd 1 and the apartments within a mile of NASA? My son lives there and I am having lots of trouble reaching him.
mdsmith

Houston, TX

#17 Sep 14, 2008
looking for information about the 2000 block of lakeside drive. did the townhouses in that area get water damage? thanks mike
Peter

Saint Louis, MO

#18 Sep 14, 2008
Does anyone have any idea as to how the Green Oaks Apartments on Pineloch fared? I evacuateded and want to come back to help some friends clean up their places. Are they keeping people from coming back to Webster? Is there water? power? Thanks!
anon

Mansfield, TX

#19 Sep 14, 2008
What is the curfew in San Leon?
What about damage along Ave. A in San Leon?
guest

Houston, TX

#20 Sep 14, 2008
John wrote:
My friend lives at 506 Crestwood Dr., Seabrook, TX near Taylor Lake. I live in Hawaii and i can't get ahold of her. Does anyone know what happened in this area?
that area is pretty rough. no power, water in most houses. pic in blog pretty much dipicts what it is like. cell service is limited. wouldn't worry yet. we're tough texans and will make it through. they are just restricting people from getting back due to the amount of debris and lack of electricity, etc. we have business near there and can't get to it. school in area is out for "at least" a week. try texting.
Georgia Luna

Fort Worth, TX

#21 Sep 14, 2008
We live in the Searidge addition off of Toddville. Does your EMT friend have any information on this subdivision. We have been unable to find out anything about the homes there.
Nancy wrote:
In talking to a neighbor of mine ,,, an EMT, seabrook is without water or sewage therefore we can not come home until probably wednesday. I live in the Baybrook subdivision off red bluff and todville, abnd understand we had no flooding and minimal wind damage. Fences down and stuff like that. We are very blessed, Hope this helps some of you.

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