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But the automation of jobs such as drywall installation and roofing is also appealing because the positions are so dangerous: Replacing humans with robots in those jobs could prevent countless injuries and save lives.
The drugs were found in a shipment of drywall at Laredo’s World Trade Bridge, one of the busiest commercial entry points on the border with Mexico, according to a news release from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
That's where, a few years ago, Johnson punched through the drywall.
His neighbors were out drying furniture in their driveways, tearing out soaked carpet and drywall.
Lois McCubbin trusted the men standing at her front door offering to repair, for a reasonable price, drywall cracked by the shifting foundation of her North Richland Hills home.
Bawden foresees months of delays in obtaining drywall, interior doors, siding, trim moldings, ceramic tile, cabinets and plywood.
All that sodden drywall, flooring, furniture, clothing and toys adds up to an estimated 8 million cubic yards in Houston alone, enough to fill the Texans' football stadium two times over.
At one flooded home, a father and son were too emotional to talk, wanting just to keep going, ripping out drywall, pulling out their refrigerator, even as the water kept flowing through.
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