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President Trump arrives in Houston to meet with survivors of Harvey's floods

HOUSTON - A week after Hurricane Harvey lashed Texas with record rainfall, President Donald Trump returned to the Lone Star State, as storm survivors began to return to their neighborhoods and stark divisions between those who lost everything to the floodwaters and those who escaped relatively unscathed were on display.

Parts of west Houston were still reeling on Saturday. In residential neighborhoods near the Addicks Reservoir, which overflowed during the storm, residents relied on boats including canoes and kayaks to run errands and commute to work. Some had power; some didn't. Some of the single- and two-story brick homes remained swamped with several feet of fetid water; others were dry.

"It's a tale of two cities right now," said Pete Carragher, 64, a geologist who returned home by canoe with his son-in-law, who lives nearby, to check on their houses and fetch supplies.

"You go a mile north and you would never know anything had happened, apart from the extra lines at the gas stations

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