As rising water from Hurricane Harvey continues to devastate Houston, dramatic images are appearing online — including aerial footage captured by drones.
But the Federal Aviation Administration is asking people not to fly the remote-controlled aircraft amid emergency operations, tweeting, “#Harvey Info: The #FAA does not want you to fly #drones in the aftermath of #Harvey. Allow 1st responders to work.”
Here are some scenes published online since Harvey made landfall in Texas:
WATCH: Drone footage from Aransas Pass, Texas, a town severely hit when Harvey made landfall— NBC News (@NBCNews) August 28, 2017
(Video: Aransas Pass PD) pic.twitter.com/xlyNkcTSEP
Drone footage shows full impact of Hurricane Harvey pic.twitter.com/gyXp4hkHxu— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) August 28, 2017