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104-year-old left without running water for a week after storm

February 26, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Workers are still trying to help elderly residents repair their homes that sustained severe damage during the winter storm.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A winter storm caused chaos across southeast Texas and damaged hundreds of homes across the Houston area. Pastor R. C. Stearns with Living Water International Apostolic Ministries said he's received calls from seniors all over the Houston area including 104-year-old Bertha Mack and her family. Mack said she was left without running water for about a week because of the freezing temperatures. SEE ALSO: President Joe Biden visits Houston to survey winter storm damage and COVID-19 vaccination site"All my water was out," said Mack.

"It was just chaos. "Mack's pipes have been fixed thanks to help from Mayor Turner, AMS Plumbing, and the Joseph House Community Outreach Center. After surveying her property, Stearns said the pipes revealed other damage in the home.

He said experts are seeing similar instances all over town. He's asking the community to step up and help them as they work to improve seniors' homes in their community. SEE ALSO: Houston mother of 4 spends savings for hotel after home was destroyedFollow Steve Campion on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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