Airports closed in Houston for the tropical storm "Harvey"
Houston, USA - Flooding made the roads to the airports unusable. Severe damages to the region and five confirmed dead because of the bad weather
Airplanes have been cancelled and airports closed in Houston, Texas (USA) since yesterday, following the flooding caused by the tropical storm called "Harvey" by meteorologists. Arriving from the Gulf of Mexico the bad weather hitthe coast of the American State in the weekend, causing five confirmed dead and critical damages to the whole region. The two main airports of the town -the "George Bush" and "William P. Hobby" International Airports suspended their operations and cancelled departing and arriving flights, with consequences also on the Dallas-Forth Worth International Airport where delays were recorded. The flooding of the roads around the two airports prevented in fact access to the two infrastructures. According to US press water also covered some runways of the "William P. Hobby" airport.
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