A person paddles through a flooded neighborhood, Tuesday, April 19, 2016, in Spring, Texas. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
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Houston schools will reopen Wednesday after heavy rains and flooding killed at least six people and forced the cancellation of classes for two days in the country's fourth most populous city.Flood waters that had blocked roads to downtown Houston and other main areas of the city have mostly receded, and officials said most people should be able to make it back to work.The city faced similar widespread flooding during a Memorial Day storm last year and Tropical Storm Allison's torrent in 2001 .
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