HOUSTON (AP) — A Houston TV station that flooded during live coverage of Hurricane Harvey last year is set for demolition.

The Houston Chronicle reports that the former KHOU-TV complex property along Buffalo Bayou has also been sold. Appraisal records estimate the site is worth at least $13 million.

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KHOU posted video of water pushing through a front door and staff evacuating as the lobby flooded on Aug. 27. The hurricane and heavy rains that followed devastated parts of Houston and the Texas coast.

KHOU is a CBS affiliate. It’s been operating in temporary studios at Houston Public Media. In March, the station announced plans for a new complex in the Galleria area.

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The property was sold to a group associated with funeral home and cemetery conglomerate Service Corporation International. The property is near SCI headquarters. Terms weren’t released.

A Houston TV station that flooded during live coverage of Hurricane Harvey last year is set for demolition.

 

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