Beryl leaves millions of without power in Texas

Devastating winds and rain overtook the Houston, Texas area when Hurricane Beryl made landfall on July 8th. The storm was downgraded but not before it ripped roofs off building, downed trees, and flooded entire streets. Over 2 million lost power during the storm and the majority of those affected are still without power. LiveNOW's Andy Mac spoke about the recovery efforts with Houston Fire Department Chief Samuel Peña.

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