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August 28, 2017 11:00 am
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Airbnb is offering Hurricane Harvey evacuees and emergency relief workers free places to stay in nearby Austin and Dallas as part of its Disaster Relief program through Sept. 1.

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The company is also waiving all service fees, and the company’s website lists all of the fee-free rentals. Airbnb is looking for more hosts to offer evacuees places to stay.

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It’s unclear how many have been displaced by the “once in 500 years” storm, which devastated the fourth-largest city in the country over the weekend. The rain is expected to continue throughout the week.

Airbnb also offered fee-free accommodations after Hurricane Sandy and the recent terror attack in Barcelona. Here’s more information on how to help the victims of the storm.

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