Salvation Army Katrina response centre

Salvation Army Katrina response centre

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Caption: Salvation Army hurricane Katrina response centre in Long Beach, Mississippi, USA. This town is on the Gulf of Mexico coast, and around 90% of all buildings were destroyed when Katrina hit, on 29th August 2005. For several days after the hurricane, those residents who did not or could not evacuate were left without power, running water, mobile and land-line telephony and food. Katrina was a category four hurricane when it hit, and it left a huge trail of damage. Katrina was thought to have been the most costly natural disaster in US history at the time.

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