Galveston: Debris from Hurricane Washed up 120 Miles Away
FLOTSAM and debris are being washed up on shores as far away as Corpus Christi, over one hundred miles south of Galveston. With recovery teams now moving in having sectioned off the piles of hubris into 44 heaps, the human death toll is expected to rise in the next few days.
While the residents of Galveston continue to assess the damage and collect the pieces of their former beach front lives, those living in the Corpus Christi area over a hundred miles south, are finding their beaches littered with what is probably left-overs from another's life.
A local news report describes the junk to be items like stair cases, kitchen tables, walls with electrical fixtures still in place and of course, dock decks. There have even been propane tanks, possibly damaged oil rigs, found riding the waves.
A report of an old abandoned boat, possibly from the Galveston area, washed ashore a couple of days ago on a popular family beach area near Corpus.