Police patrol after hurricane Katrina

Police patrol after hurricane Katrina

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Credit: DAVID HAY JONES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Mounted police patrol in Gulfport, Mississippi, USA, after hurricane Katrina. The police used horses as the roads were impassable to motor vehicles. Gulfport is on the Gulf of Mexico coast, which bore the brunt of Katrina when it struck as a category four hurricane on 29th August 2005. This part of the town was closed off as the search for bodies was ongoing, and the photographer was asked to leave the area. Katrina killed hundreds of people and was thought to have been the most costly natural disaster in US history at the time.

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