by Sally MacDonald, KRIV HoustonHow Harvey affected newborns in Beaumont who were airlifted to Galveston for medical careHOUSTON — It has been six months since Hurricane Harvey, and one of the more dramatic scenes to emerge from the catastrophe -- eight tiny babies airlifted out of Beaumont. They had to leave their mothers when the entire city of Beaumont lost it's water after the pumps flooded.
BEAUMONT, Texas (FOX 26) - It's been six months since Hurricane Harvey and one of the most dramatic scenes to emerge from the catastrophe was eight tiny babies being airlifted out of a neonatal intensive care unit in Beaumont. They had to leave their mothers when the entire city lost water when the pumps flooded. Now those children and their families are reuniting with the doctors and nurses who kept them alive during the storm
- Almost six months after one of the worst weather events in U.S. history, many Houston-area residents still have a long way to go before they feel whole again. As we continue to move forward, FOX 26 News is honoring the heroes of Harvey. Jacquelynn Smith and her mother, Jessica Smith, were both on the job when Hurricane Harvey struck the Houston area. Jacquelynn is a Cypress Creek Volunteer Fire Department firefighter, while Jessica is a Houston Police Department officer at the Westside station.
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