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Flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey surrounds buildings in Sabine Pass, Texas, next to the Gulf of Mexico, Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

Persistent flooding in Texas and Louisiana following Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey has limited access to numerous residential, commercial and industrial properties.

It has been difficult for property owners to safely assess wind, water, and other damage. Given the extensive losses expected, the ability to gather information at an early stage could be vital to recovery.

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