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Five years after Katrina hit New Orleans and caused the levees to break, the city is still a constant reminder of that tragic day and what came a… Read More
Five years after Katrina hit New Orleans and caused the levees to break, the city is still a constant reminder of that tragic day and what came after. The city has not been fully recovered nor rebuilt; many areas are barely starting reconstruction other areas as still abandoned and no sign of rebuilding or progress. One can still see the damage, feel the pain and hear the stories of what happened five years. Most of the people you encounter in the affected areas will have a story to tell and they all have a common conclusion; New Orleans recovery has been slow. Read Less
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New Orleans, Five years after Katrina hit New Orleans and caused the levees to break, the city is still a constant reminder of that tragic day and what came after. One can still see the damage, feel the pain and hear the stories of what happened five years. Mostly everyone has a story to tell and they all have a common conclusion; New Orleans recovery has been slow.
 
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Carrollton Way
S. Broad Street and Tulane Street
Franklin Avenue and Frankford Street
N. Carrolton Avenue and Palmetto Street
Robert E. Lee Blvd. and Paris Blvd,
Pratt Place and Robert E. Lee Blvd
East New Orleans sign on 10 East freeway
Little John Drive and Pressburg Street
S. Broad Street and Tulane Street
Crawford Street, East New Orleans
S.Broad Street (overpass)
Villere Street and Laharpe
S. St. Bernard Avenue and S. Derbigny Street
North Coronet and Parc Brittany Blvd, East New Orleans
North Olympia and Bienville Street
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