Arturo DeLeon captures water coming off a roof Tuesday as he was one of the many Baytown residents who became industrious in search of flush water after city systems failed. 

Baytown residents are still struggling with little or no water in the wake of a horrific winter storm that hit Texas, leaving many with a lot of questions as to what happened.

Baytown officials have said little about why the Baytown Area Water Authority Water Treatment Plant went offline, resulting in water being turned off for many Baytown citizens already suffering in below-freezing temperatures without electricity.

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