Texas Man Goes Fishing in Living Room After Houston Flooding

Flood waters from Hurricane Harvey are still pouring in throughout Houston and the surrounding areas. At this point, officials aren't able to fully see what the extent of the damage really is. However, there are already some interesting stories popping up throughout the city, like this video of a man catching a fish swimming in his living room.

Saul Saldana and his daughter Viviana were just trying to survive the floodwaters when they saw something sinister swimming around them. Viviana quickly flipped on her camera and Saul got to work. After a few moments of diving in the water after the fish, Saul was able to catch its tail and pull it into the air.

Being in a flood is far from a laughing matter. However, this family managed to find a little laughter during the whole ordeal. People are now watching their viral video all over the world.

Viviana later said the fish made its way inside their home when they opened the back door. The family was attempting to let out some of the knee-high water but wound up letting in an unwanted guest instead. Luckily, Saul is an avid fisherman and knew just what to do with the fish.

Right now, it appears the troubling rain will continue through at least Wednesday. Water rescues are taking place all throughout Houston, but multiple other counties are affected by the storm as well. Officials are expecting Hurricane Harvey to make landfall a second time later this week. However, this time, it will be turning towards Mississippi and away from Texas.

As of now, two deaths are to blame on the Hurricane, and countless others are evacuating the city. On Sunday, the calls for help became so overwhelming for rescue workers that many people wound up turning to social media for help instead.

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