Fox 26 News Houston: It’s a number almost as staggering as the 33 trillion gallons of water Hurricane Harvey dumped from sky – that is, nearly half of those who’ve applied for disaster relief from FEMA have had their claims rejected. Kay Kaiser is among those who feel kicked to the curb. A disabled U.S. Army veteran battling life threatening Lupus, her apartment near Highway 45 and 1960 took on water from the storm and not long after spawned potentially toxic mold. FEMA denied all her claims for relief.
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