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UPDATED: 12:52, September 24, 2005
People flee Houston before Rita
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A long line of vehicles wait on Road No. 10 leading to San Antonio for leaving Houston, the United States, Sept. 22, 2005.

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A deserted street in Houston, Sept. 22, 2005. Hurricane Rita is expected to land on the coast of the Mexico Gulf in Texas early Sept. 24 and people were evacuating from Houston, which is near the gulf, causing the suspension of business in the city.

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A jeep carrying luggage and barrels of gasoline runs on Road No. 10 linking Houston and San Antonio in the United States Sept. 22, 2005. Hurricane Rita is expected to land on the coast of the Mexico Gulf in Texas early Sept. 24 and people were busy evacuating from Houston, which is near the gulf.

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Long lines of vehicles wait on Road No. 10 leading to San Antonio for leaving Houston, the United States, Sept. 22, 2005.

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