Texas Task Force 1 is among the many state agencies working through the rubble in Eagle Pass after severe storms hit the border city.
The College Station-based team spent Wednesday focuses on a trio of schools damaged in the storms.
"There's a lot of devestation, especially around the schools," said Deputy Operations Chief Billy Parker. "It's an area around five square miles that's impacted on the US side. It's pretty wide-spread, from houses totally gone to some just partially damaged."
Parker says the task force will be deactivated Thursday morning.
At least 10 people -- seven of them in Eagle Pass -- are reported dead as a result of the storms. Piedras Negras, the Mexican town just across the border from Eagle Pass, also suffered severe damage and three deaths.