Brazos River threats Rosenberg residents

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ROSENBERG, TX - Only one question on the minds many fort bend county residents. Should I stay or go? All thanks to the Brazos River reaching 49 feet and whether expected rains play a role or not, it`s still rising. Red cross shelters are in place for those in need of assistance. And Fort Bend County`s Office of Emergency Management is monitoring the situation. So, the decision`s still yours, For now anyway.

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