DeWitt County Emergency Management is aware of the possible spill of the oil well tanks in DeWitt County.
By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
Along with 75 mph winds, gusting up to 100+mph, most residents in DeWitt had to ride out hurricane Harvey without electricity.
“This is an unprecedented event,” said Sheriff Carl Bowen following Monday’s meeting of DeWitt County Emergency Management Operation at the jail. “There are many similarities to the flood of ‘98.
The City of Cuero took a direct hit from Hurricane Harvey. There were winds in excess of 75 mph with gusts up to 100 mph.