1. There's  video from Tuesday, of an elderly guy in Houston being swept away in his SUV.  But about 20 people formed a HUMAN CHAIN to get to him.  They got him to a hospital where he was reunited with his son. People at their best when their life was on the line too. Amazing!

2.  A surgeon in Houston left his house while it was flooding the other day when he heard a 16-year-old kid needed a major surgery, and he was the only one who could do it.  He drove part of the way to the hospital.  Then he hopped in a canoe with two firefighters, and walked the last MILE in waist-deep water to get there. That teen is going to be fine!

3.  We heard this week that a bunch of companies were donating a million dollars or more to help out.  Now Verizon is stepping up with a HUGE donation of $10 million.

4.  And the USDA has decided to waive its application process for free lunches at public schools in Houston.  So when kids finally do go back, their parents won't have to worry about paying.  All 218,000 kids will get three meals a day for free all year.

Keep it up America. Sometime you have to hit ROCK BOTTOM before the climb out begins. Let's not let each other down. WE CAN DO THIS!!!