Facts about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the effect on New Orleans on the anniversary of the disastrous storm.

Hurricane Katrina History and Numbers (Infographic)

The entire hurricane season of which Katrina was part had a much bigger effect than most people are aware. The ENTIRE Gulf Coast was hit by strong hurricanes.

These are the forgotten images from Hurricane Katrina

These Are The Forgotten Images Of Hurricane Katrina

2005 Hurricane Katrina | Trying to get to the emergency shelter at the Superdome. (New Orleans)

My heart still aches when I think of all the devastation Hurricane Katrina brought to my family and friends in New Orleans. I was there May of 2005 and we had so much fun only to return in October 2005 to so much devastion, and grief.

Hurricane Katrina facts you may not have known. One of the costliest natural disasters of all time.

I survived Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana. Hurricane Katrina facts you may not have known. One of the costliest natural disasters of all time.

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

Hurricane Katrina floods New Orleans - Katrina was the costliest natural disaster, as well as one of the five deadliest hurricanes, in the history of the United States.

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Hurricane Katrina Pictures That are Still Haunting Years After

Water surrounds homes in the devastated Ninth Ward in this aerial view of damage from Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.

Hurricane Katrina-2005  i don't forget that night..listening to NPR..a nurse in a new orleans hospial said the water was rising a foot an hour...I knew then the levee's had breech/broken..did announce til 3-4 hours later

Protecting Your Pets In An Emergency

Hurricane i dont forget that night.listening to NPR.a nurse in a new orleans hospial said the water was rising a foot an hour.I knew then the levees had breech/broken.did announce til hours later

Taken from the third story balcony of Saint Stanislaus College located next door to Our Lady of the Gulf church in Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi on the morning of August 29th, 2005.     This is believed to be the initial tidal wave from Hurricane Katrina. The tidal wave was approximately 35 to 40 feet high. When it slammed into the beach front communities of Bay Saint Louis and Waveland, Mississippi to completely destroy 99% of every structure along the beach for 9 miles and over a mile…

Another Katrina photo taken on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.It shows the storm surge moving in. Highest storm surge ever recorded at 28 feet. The previous record was 22 feet.

Hurricane Katrina, If you don't understand why this is on my 2nd board you aren't paying attention

Checkout the water level and it was still rising - Hurricane Katrina

New Orleans: 10 years after hurricane Katrina – in pictures

New Orleans: 10 years after hurricane Katrina – in pictures

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