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Facts about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the effect on New Orleans on the anniversary of the disastrous storm.

Hurricane Katrina History and Numbers (Infographic)

The entire hurricane season of which Katrina was part had a much bigger effect than most people are aware. The ENTIRE Gulf Coast was hit by strong hurricanes.

2005 Hurricane Katrina | Trying to get to the emergency shelter at the Superdome. (New Orleans)

2005 Hurricane Katrina ~ people trying to get to the emergency shelter at the Superdome in New Orleans

These are the forgotten images from Hurricane Katrina

These Are The Forgotten Images Of Hurricane Katrina

Effects of Hurricane Katrina (August 29, 2005) in New Orleans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hurricane Katrina floods New Orleans - Katrina was the costliest natural disaster, as well as one of the five deadliest hurricanes, in the history of the United States.

Highway I-90 after Hurricane Katrina. God, right in the feels. I remember crying over this.

Photograph by John Fleck via Wiki ~ The Bay Bridge during Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Katrina The Bay bridge on US Highway damaged by Hurricane Katrina On August 2005 at a.

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Hurricane Katrina Pictures That are Still Haunting Years After

Water surrounds homes in the devastated Ninth Ward in this aerial view of damage from Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.

Hurricane Katrina facts you may not have known. One of the costliest natural disasters of all time. Go to www.caretoclick.com everyday and click for free to help disaster relief !!!!!

I survived Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana. Hurricane Katrina facts you may not have known. One of the costliest natural disasters of all time.

Hurricane Katrina - Hwy 23, Empire, Louisiana (Plaquemines Parish) better known as home.

Hurricane Katrina - Hwy Empire, Louisiana (Plaquemines Parish) better known as home. Were you in Hurricane Katrina?

Hurricane Unit Study Resources

Hurricane Unit Study Resources

Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans LA

hurricane Katrina (A very sobering photo of the amazing power of Mother Nature. It will have been 10 years ago next month.

September 6th, New Orleans | Hurricane Katrina 8-29-2005 |

We went to New Orleans and the surrounding Gulf Coast communities to find out what's happened in the 10 years since Hurricane Katrina took its destructive path.

Evacuating after Katrina... if we ever have an emergency like this I will do this! Maybe add more ventillation.

I love this pic this man refused to give up his cats when hurricane katrina hit so he put um in the tote i would do the same whether its my or