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What Harvey’s damage looks like from the sky — despite FAA warning on drones

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.”

The worst is not over in Texas, as more rain is forecast for the region. FEMA says that 50 counties are now affected by the flooding.

Here are some scenes published online since Harvey made landfall in Texas: