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Sunday, 7 July, 2002, 09:49 GMT 10:49 UK
In pictures: Texas floods
A week of flooding has left several people dead in the US state of Texas and forced many from their homes.

Some areas have already been declared federal disaster zones and weather forecasters warn the worst is not over yet.

A submerged neighbourhood on the Guadalupe river in Seguin
Dams and rivers burst their banks after heavy rains in central and southern Texas

Firemen try to rescue people trapped in their homes in Kerrville
More than 4,000 people have been evacuated
A broken up home floats down the Guadelupe river
And some of their homes have been swept away
Flood victims float a cooker out of their home
Flood victims salvage whatever they can
Flood victims leaving and returning
As more are forced out (left, AP) others return to survey the damage (AFP)
Lee Moses surveys floodwaters from his brother's back porch near New Braunfels
The floods are thought to have caused millions of dollars worth of damage
Stranded motorists watch debris being cleared on the road to Bandera
And getting from place to place is proving a major problem
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