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Harvey’s impact: Snakes and other threats may lurk in floodwaters

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As Harvey continues to inundate Texas, some people who’ve had to flee their flood-ravaged homes are now facing new threats when they wade into the waters, including reptiles, colonies of fire ants, and poisonous snakes. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for TODAY from Beaumont, Texas.