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in a moment. In a flash. Of the moment. Understood. What really matters to. In September of 2005 just four days after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast. Nate Berkus went to Metairie Louisiana. To see how people were coping in the aftermath of
Hurricane Gustav is causing damage across the Atlantic ..... the city—about the impact of the hurricane . Plus, she talks with journalists ..... national governments are reacting to this hurricane three years after the deadly Hurricane
being. Did you leave last time during Hurricane Katrina. Yeah and we left twelve hours before Hurricane Katrina. Good was it difficult decision ..... of people that were taken out. During Hurricane Katrina they have no way of coming back
Q: My daughter and son-in-law lost everything to Hurricane Katrina, including their house and car; they're living ..... t gotten anything from either their homeowner's or hurricane insurance. They're trying so hard to be strong, and
When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, the Lower 9th Ward was hit the hardest, with many homes, businesses and schools getting completely
On August 29, 2005, the world watched as Hurricane Katrina swept ashore and wreaked havoc on the Gulf Coast. Millions lost their homes, and more than 1,000 lost their lives
After Hurricane Katrina, Dr. Oz reports on the devastation in New Orleans.
On an all-new episode of Blackboard Wars , John McDonogh High School finds itself in the eye of the storm: Hurricane Isaac. After cleaning up the mess from Isaac, Dr. T discovers that some of his students are struggling with bipolar disorder, causing them to act out. Find out who gets a second ...
It's move-in day! Watch as Nate Berkus transforms Angel Lane houses into beautiful homes for Hurricane Katrina survivors.
tell you that I looked suspect in my experience. Of watching those images of Katrina watching those images. Of the of the hurricane hitting New Orleans and I realized that that was exactly my reaction to that that I fell. Overwhelmed. And paralyzed. And