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  • Help!! The hurricane is turning out the biggest recorded yet. Which is going to lead to danger whenever the hurricane takes a beloved wife. In fact Isaac Cline´s wife is taken whenever the house is destroyed due to the wind and water.
  • I always thought that science was the answer for everything but weather seemed to be the exception when all of a sudden the storm that I said was only going to be a small storm turned out to be the biggest hurricane in the texas region. Which killed about 6,000-10,000 people.
  • Now that you mention the sea level it is rising. Run! Run! Run! We need to get to safety.
  • The hurricane started on the night of August 27, 1900 near the coast of Galveston.
  • Honey, do you see the sea level rising?
  • (words are coming from the people inside the houses)
  • The hurricane continued throughout the city of Galveston. Destroying everything in the path.
  • OH NO!! What do we do Isaac Cline has not told us about a hurricane, but just a small storm that Galveston has already experienced before. Help! We are experiencing winds up to 143 mph!
  • The Galveston Hurricane destroyed the unbreakable house of Cline. Where in fact their were 20 people in the Cline house.
  • Since Isaac Cline put the hurricane flag to late people were not able to get prepared for what hit Galveston. Therefore, people were vulnerable to the hurricane. Which left people to either die or leave them floating around the streets. Which by the way did not end good and the number of deaths were 6,000-10,000 people.
  • By the time the hurricane settled down it was to late because the damage the hurricane has left on Galveston is brutal. Galveston went from being the economic city of Texas to not being the city anymore.
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