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Solel International Safety Steps -Gulf Coast Residents to Heed Evacuation Orders

Houston, TX., August 29, 2017 — Hurricane Harvey is now listed as the most deadly and devastating hurricane to strike the United States in over a decade. Currently 1 billion plus gallons of water has ravaged the Houston, Texas area. 

Hurricane Harvey made landfall along the Texas Gulf Coast with over 100 mph winds and up to 35 inches of rain, leading to devastating and life-threatening flooding. The storm is expected to hover over parts of Texas and Louisiana for several days.

Evacuation orders are in effect throughout parts of the two states. “It's time for all people to meet each other with love and uplift fallen humanity” said Danny Asberry El -President of Solel International . We are launching our largest hurricane relief effort in years, and with the help of our partners from the Houston Zydeco Community namely Ruben Moreno and fans  and the Texas Trail-raiders communities. 

We have contributed to saving 60+ rescues and the numbers increase.




Solel International depends on financial donations to be able to provide disaster relief immediately. Help people affected by Hurricane Harvey by sharing this link with your colleagues and neighbors. Donations enable the Solel International to prepare for, respond to and help people recover disaster and develops creative programming for life after.




To Find shelter and ways to evacuate in the Houston Area call 311 immediately then give them your zip code. 

  • Continue listening to local area radio,  TV stations for the latest information and updates or follow the feeds on the Solel International Facebook page.
  • If your neighborhood is prone to flooding, be prepared to evacuate quickly if necessary.
  • Follow evacuation orders and do not attempt to return until officials say it is safe to do so.
  • Head for higher ground and stay there.
  • Stay away from floodwaters. If you come upon a flowing stream where water is above your ankles, stop, turn around and go another way.
  • Turn around, don’t drown. If driving, turn around and go another way. If you are caught on a flooded road and waters are rising rapidly around you, get out of the car quickly and move to higher ground. Most cars can be swept away by less than two feet of moving water.
  • Keep children out of the water.
  • Be especially cautious at night when it’s harder to see flood danger.


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