Neighbors watch as Meyerland faces its third flood in recent memory

HOUSTON (KTRK) -- For the third time since 2015, neighbors in Meyerland say they are closely watching as high water creeps up to their homes.

Residents in this area are no strangers to floodwaters, after watching similarly strong storms deluge their community during the Tax Day and Memorial Day storms.

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"It's just happening again and again," a homeowner named David told Jeff Ehling, as he tried to get back to his house.

David said he could only watch helplessly as the floodwaters rise, separated from his home by a makeshift creek that was once a street.

The resident also told Ehling all of this is happening as neighboring homes are still under renovation from the May 2016 floods.

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