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Thicker Than Water

CBS News Thursday, 19 September 2019
In natural disasters, people often focus on the major cities hit hardest — New Orleans, Houston, Miami — but what of the small towns in between? The CBSN Originals documentary, "Thicker Than Water," shares the story of one of those small towns too often forgotten in the wake of hurricanes like Harvey — a small farming community, known as Winnie, Texas.
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