Victims killed in Montgomery County crash identified
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas – An aircraft crashed Sunday, killing two people in a residential neighborhood in Montgomery County, according to authorities. The victims have been identified as pilot Nidal Aoki, 41, of Porter, Texas and passenger Karthik Balakrishnan, 46 of Pearland. Siddiqi said the fatal crash left him heartbroken. MONTGOMERY COUNTY - @TxDPSSoutheast Troopers responded to a Fixed Wing Single-Engine (N26136) plane crash in the neighborhood of Linnwood/Elm St. Two confirmed fatalities identities unknown. pic.twitter.com/NAV8andmWc — TxDPS - Southeast Texas Region (@TxDPSSoutheast) October 25, 2020The debris left behind from the crash is hard to make out and woke up neighbors.
Residents asked to move after Imelda leaves them without water
PATTON VILLAGE, Texas (KTRK) -- While some Patton Village residents have recovered from the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda, others say they're still waiting to get running water. "If we had water, my house would already be fixed," said Jessica Alvarenga. "Mayor of Patton Village Leah Tarrant told ABC13 that the well serving the area was badly damaged during Imelda. Tarrant adds that repairing the well makes no sense because it's likely to flood again.Instead, she urges residents to take buyouts and relocate. Her home took in water during Imelda, and she and her family have not been back since.abc13.com
Some Patton Village residents told it could be months before running water restored to their homes
PATTON VILLAGE, Texas (KTRK) -- It's been three weeks since Tropical Storm Imelda slammed southeast Texas, leaving a lot of damage behind in places like Montgomery County. On top of the clean up, some people still don't have running water since the storm. "I live in the United States of America, and I thought water would be one thing that I would never see not happen," says Patton Village resident, Gary Duncan.He and his family are one of many on North Lakeview Street who haven't had running water since Imelda came through. He was told it could take months before it's restored. So, if we could pick up the pace a little bit, it would be much appreciated," Duncan said.The City of Patton Village has provided a space for people to take showers and get bottled water.Duncan says it's not enough.abc13.com