What happened after Hurricane Katrina?

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Some of the things that happened after Hurricane Katrina include loss of over 1800 lives, distraction of property, lack of food, water and sanitary hygiene. It was one of the massive hurricanes that took place Atlantic in 2005.
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Hurricane Katrina made landfall on August 29, 2005 in southeast Louisiana. It was a category 3 hurricane, with winds of up to 175 mph. It's devastation included severe flooding and
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the goverment were to blame because
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FEMA still exists, but they completely restructured and are under new
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Poor planing, levies that were inadequate, poor people with no transportation and Bush was on vacation. I even spoke to Brownie, he hung up on me. He is a talk show host in Denver
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When Hurricane Katrina struck, some of the things that happened were: the Mississippi river bursting its banks and 1,836 people losing their lives, in New Orleans. The hurricane also led to the replacement walls on the levees breaking under the storm surge and over 60,000 pets diapered.
The whole state of Louisiana, especially New Orleans was affected by the aftermath of Katrina. People died, houses and buildings were destroyed. The whole city has been remodeled and is looking great now! You can find more information here: http://www.hurricanekatrina.com/
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