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This is what greeted us as we walked into the house. If you look real close in the chair you'll notice shingles from the roof that blew in from the back corner of the roof that was pulled up during Katrina.

This is what greeted us as we walked into the house. If you look real close in the chair you'll notice shingles from the roof that blew in from the back corner of the roof that was pulled up during Katrina.

Mississippi Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina. I refuse to watch the Today Show to this day because they acted like New Orleans was the only devastation there was.

biloxi, mississippi, building houses for those who lost everything in Hurricane Katrina in 2005

Mississippi houses -  before and after Katrina..it was unreal.Note: The Tuli House is not the house anymore,its a casino washed ashore sitting where the home once was...

Sad :( Mississippi houses - before and after Katrina.Note: The Tuli House is not the house anymore,its a casino washed ashore sitting where the home once was.

Kimi Seymour, 27, of New Orleans, takes a break along Interstate 10 as she walked along the highway on Sept. 1, 2005. Seymour was displaced from her New Orleans home by Hurricane Katrina. This photo was included in the winning entry of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography. Photo: Irwin Thompson

Kimi Seymour, of New Orleans, takes a break along Interstate 10 as she walked along the highway on Sept. Seymour was displaced from her New Orleans home by Hurricane Katrina.

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August 29, 2005 | Hurricane Katrina | The Treme neighborhood of New Orleans, showing people trapped in their homes.

Let no one forget that the hurricane weakened on the way, then came and went. It was the engineering failure of the levees that devastated New Orleans.

Flooded after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, New Orleans still has areas that need to be rebuilt.

Remembering Katrina, five years ago

Flooded after Hurricane Katrina hit in New Orleans and other Gulf Coast communities were flooded and the damage was devastating. More than 50 levees were breached by the storm surge and more than people lost their lives.

A New Orleans fireman helps evacuate a man out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina August 6, 2005.   Photo credit: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

A New Orleans fireman helps evacuate a man out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina August Photo credit: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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