Ugly scenes as customers fight over water and grocery stores sell out of supplies before Hurricane Harvey slams into Texas

Friday, August 25, 2017
By Paul Martin

Hurricane Harvey, a Category 3 storm, is expected to slam into Texas on Friday
Customers were seen rushing to local stores to stock up on water on Thursday
However, stores sold out of bread, water and supplies and shelves were bare
Some people were ‘fighting’ over water like it was ‘Black Friday’, witnesses said

25 August 2017

Customers are fighting over water as grocery stores are rapidly selling out of supplies, increasing the frenzy before Hurricane Harvey slams into Texas.

The powerful storm is expected to hit the gulf region on Friday and officials have asked residents to evacuate as they prepare for chaotic flooding and power outages.

Those who are staying in the path of the hurricane rushed to grocery stores in order to stock up on water, food, gas and other supplies on Thursday night.

However, they arrived to find shops with empty shelves, causing people to fight over the last containers of water as some likened the scenes to Black Friday.

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