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CBS affiliate KENS-TV showed footage of a fire truck dumping water into a makeshift pool in a parking lot. A different truck would pump water from the pool into hoses.
“There’s a hydrant right in front of the building, it’s frozen stiff and none of the hydrants out here work, and they’re all frozen,” Bexar-Bulverde Volunteer Fire Department Chief Jerry Bialick told WOAI-TV.
Bialick told the station firefighters would use thousands of gallons of water in a matter of minutes.
Neighbors told KENS-TV the building’s 130 residents made it out safely.
12:31 PM / February 19, 2021Biden says he plans to visit Texas and declare major disaster
President Biden says he is making a major disaster declaration for Texas that will clear the way for more federal resources, and he plans to visit the state at a time when he won’t be interfering with the disaster response.
The disaster declaration will unlock more Federal Emergency Management Agency resources for Texas. The president said he’ll sign the declaration Friday, after he signed an emergency declaration for the state five days ago.
The president also said he plans to visit Texas but wants to wait until his presence won’t be a burden or hinder the disaster relief response.
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Updated 12:36 PM / February 19, 2021Texas grid operators say electrical system back to normal
Texas’ grid operators said Friday that the electrical system has returned to normal.
Smaller outages still remained Friday. But Bill Magness, president of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, says the grid again has enough capacity to provide power throughout the entire system.
Updated 2:23 PM / February 19, 2021Federal official worried about people staying warm FEMA leader on Texas weather crisis 02:42
The acting head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency said he’s worried about people staying warm in Texas. With subfreezing temperatures expected Friday night, acting Administrator Bob Fenton urged people to go to shelters or warming stations if they still don’t have heat.
“If you’re cold, don’t stay in your house, go to one of the warming stations,” Fenton said on “CBS This Morning.”