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Despite warnings, some Texas residents did not evacuate ahead of Hurricane Harvey making landfall. This poses a challenge for hospitals, which are making last-minute preparations and evacuations of their own. NBC medical correspondent Dr. John Torres reports for TODAY from Corpus Christi, Texas.