Hurricane Katrina response

This shows some of the response to the New Orleans hurrican, Katrina, in 2005.

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  • Created on: 09-06-13 14:12
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  • Hurricane Katrina Response
    • Levees around lake Ponchatrain strengthened to prevent storm surge flooding New Orleans in future hurricanes.
      • Floodgates being built will finish this year (2013)
    • Floodgates being built will finish this year (2013)
    • FEMA provided housing assistance to 700 000 households
    • FEMA payed for temporary hotel housing for 12,000 households
      • FEMA provided housing assistance to 700 000 households
    • 2 weeks after the storm more than half the american states were providing shelter for evacuees
    • New Orleans' super-dome stadium was used as an evacuation point
      • 2 weeks after the storm more than half the american states were providing shelter for evacuees

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