Surrounded by grassy fields off a highway in rural south Texas, rows of brand new mobile homes seem to span as far as the big Texas sky, according to report by the Victoria Advocate.

All the same color gray with white trim and serial numbers written along the side, almost 2,400 single- and double-wide mobile homes are lined row after row on an old runway at a former naval base in rural Bee County, according to federal data current March 30.

Almost 200 travel trailers also are parked on the property, which is being used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to store temporary housing destined for people across the U.S. who lose homes to disasters.

Although the stockpile sits in Texas Gulf Coast residents’ backyard, it remains unknown exactly how many residents who need housing after Hurricane Harvey could get the units.
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