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

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

Storm Surge Overview #category # #water #damage http://auto-car.nef2.com/storm-surge-overview-category-water-damage/  # Contents Introduction Along the coast, storm surge is often the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane. In the past, large death tolls have resulted from the rise of the ocean associated with many of the major hurricanes that have made landfall. Hurricane Katrina (2005) is a prime example of the damage and devastation that can be caused by surge. At least…

Storm Surge Overview #category # #water #damage http://auto-car.nef2.com/storm-surge-overview-category-water-damage/ # Contents Introduction Along the coast, storm surge is often the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane. In the past, large death tolls have resulted from the rise of the ocean associated with many of the major hurricanes that have made landfall. Hurricane Katrina (2005) is a prime example of the damage and devastation that can be caused by surge. At least…

ER RN voluteering in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina 2005. 3rd strongest hurricane ever recorded to make landfall in US. Final death toll 1,836.

ER RN voluteering in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina 2005. 3rd strongest hurricane ever recorded to make landfall in US. Final death toll 1,836.

The Fate of Prisoners during Hurricane Katrina - (source)Most of the 7,000 prisoners had been charged with misdemeanor offenses and would have been released within a few weeks, even if convicted. But Governor Blanco effectively suspended habeas corpus (due process; right to a speedy trial) for six months, so some were incarcerated for over a year – doing “Katrina time.”  “(source). Prison officials deny that anyone died in the crisis,

The Fate of Prisoners during Hurricane Katrina - (source)Most of the 7,000 prisoners had been charged with misdemeanor offenses and would have been released within a few weeks, even if convicted. But Governor Blanco effectively suspended habeas corpus (due process; right to a speedy trial) for six months, so some were incarcerated for over a year – doing “Katrina time.” “(source). Prison officials deny that anyone died in the crisis,

Breach of Faith: Hurricane Katrina and the Near Death of a Great American City

Breach of Faith: Hurricane Katrina and the Near Death of a Great American City

Love and Death in New Orleans, a Decade After Hurricane Katrina | Ten years after the storm, there's still a city at the mouth of the Mississippi. Just not the same one.

Hurricane Katrina, 10 Years Later

Love and Death in New Orleans, a Decade After Hurricane Katrina | Ten years after the storm, there's still a city at the mouth of the Mississippi. Just not the same one.

Death By Hurricane Katrina Photo by HURRICANES_IN_THE_GULF | Photobucket

Death By Hurricane Katrina Photo by HURRICANES_IN_THE_GULF | Photobucket

After Katrina, in the Louisiana swamplands.  So sad a lot of people don't realize the aftermath of Katrina.

After Katrina, in the Louisiana swamplands. So sad a lot of people don't realize the aftermath of Katrina.

Some of the strongest, deadliest and costliest storms to hit the U.S.

A History of Destruction: 8 Great Hurricanes

Some of the strongest, deadliest and costliest storms to hit the U.S.

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