How The Times Coordinated Insurance Of Typhoon Harvey

Ms. Schukar headed into the floodwaters on a resident’s boat to document the flood and rescue efforts.
They “looked so weary and tired and terrified, and they just kept coming.”On the boat, Ms. Schukar passed landmarks she’d driven past two days before.
“Even when you’re tired, you wake up in the night wondering if you’ve missed something,” he said.
Even more striking than the storm itself for Mr. Blinder have been the people he has encountered while covering it.
Back in New York, Mr. Lacey was working to expand and deepen The Times’s coverage.

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