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Hurricane Katrina (2005) was the costliest natural disaster, and one the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the US. Katrina reached category 5 status over open water, and made landfall on the Gulf Coast as a category 3 storm.
At least 1,836 people died in the actual hurricane and in the subsequent floods, making it the deadliest U.S. hurricane since the 1928 Okeechobee hurricane; total property damage was estimated at $81 billion.

Hurricane Katrina - Wikipedia


Hurricane Katrina was the costliest natural disaster and one of the five deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. The storm is currently ranked as ...

Hurricane Katrina - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com


Early in the morning on August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast of the United States. When the storm made landfall, it had a Category 3 rating ...

Hurricane Katrina: Facts, Damage & Aftermath - Live Science


Aug 27, 2015 ... Hurricane Katrina, at one point a Category Five storm, caused millions of dollars in damage and left a death toll in the thousands.

Hurricane Katrina Statistics Fast Facts - CNN.com


Aug 23, 2016 ... Read CNN's Hurricane Katrina Fast Facts and learn more about the storm that FEMA called the "single most catastrophic natural disaster in ...

Hurricane Katrina - The New York Times


News about Hurricane Katrina. Commentary and archival information about Hurricane Katrina from The New York Times.

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Hurricane Katrina was the largest and 3rd strongest hurricane ever recorded to make landfall in the US. In New Orleans, the levees were designed for Category  ...

Hurricane Katrina - NOLA.com


The poem was written by local attorney Marie A. Bookman and read to the audience by Tommy Myrick. Latest Hurricane Katrina updates. When President ...

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NASA - Hurricane Season 2005: Katrina


The above images, derived from NASA QuikSCAT satellite data, show the extensive pattern of rain water deposited by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on land  ...