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Houston Hero: Police Officer Swept Away in Harvey Told Wife: 'I've Got Work to Do'

Houston Hero: Police Officer Swept Away in Harvey Told Wife: 'I've Got Work to Do'

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A Houston police officer has been confirmed dead after he drowned in floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey that left him trapped in his vehicle.

Sgt. Steve Perez, 60, died on Sunday morning during Harvey, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner confirmed during a news conference Tuesday. Perez was heading to work when he was caught in floodwaters.

Houston Police recovered Perez's vehicle at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning.

"He was trying different routes, and took a wrong turn," one unidentified high-ranking official told the Houston Chronicle on Tuesday. Turner tweeted that Perez drove two and a half hours ahead of work, looking for a safer route to report for duty.

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