As the rescue team headed out, the citizens of the city started to steal out of all the stores for their survival. More crimes broke out after katrina than when katrina never hit. Stealing, rapes and all other crimes were being committed and the police couldn’t do anything about it because the mayor and government made their first priority to rescue the survivors or the city, the people who decided to stay in the city. The delay of federal response to Hurricane Katrina along the Gulf Coast and has been led to many officials, also with President Bush. President Bush called the initial response “not acceptable” to question FEMA’s preparedness for a natural
Many people took him as an inspiration because of this so they ended up signing up for the trip. The mission ended up becoming a huge failure after many attempts. On his way back to the United States the other people who were on the mission with him ended up developing Yellow fever and coughing up blood. When he got back, he was ready to just give up, but he had found out that it wasn 't to expensive to start a trading post in Louisiana after
Special Agent Leonard Hatton was on his way to work that fatal morning when the towers were struck and he responded immediately. Although Hatton wasn 't tasked with responding to emergencies he still went and saved many lives. He served the country as a Marian, a firefighter, an FBI agent(Heros to Remember) and he gave his life during the country’s time of need. Ordinary people came to do amazing things on this day including Tom Burnett who was the COO and vice president of Thoratec Corporation and was on flight 93 when he noticed it had been hijacked like the others. Himself and other passengers decided to fight back and gain control of the plane.
His mind was easily about to descend the hill, but body limbed a few steps behind his mind. As the boss looked at the family in distress, he was reminded of his own family during Hurricane Hoover. The house was barely holding up. The rained hammer the roof almost most as hard their last landlord for the rent. The Boss, his three brothers: Johnny, Jack, and his mother were huddled together for safe.
James Dwight Dana was born on February 12, 1813 in Utica, NY. His parents were Harriet Dwight and James Dana. At Utica high school, his teacher Fay Edgerton encouraged and developed his love and interest for science. He graduated in 1830 and enrolled in Yale College, where he studied natural history and geology. He graduated in 1833 and for two years, he became a mathematical instructor to midshipmen in the navy.
The relief efforts tried to save as many people as they could. Yet, most of the emergency planning failing. The people that were rescued were mostly put in the Superdome for safety. The destruction that was made was terrible. People had to tear apart house since the water destroyed to inside.
That’s the way it always seemed to be in my life. If you look at the biggest Haiti disaster, it is the earthquake. My family and I were safe, but not the rest of the country. I was so happy the earthquake didn’t happen where my dad’s side of the family lives, because I already have seen too many bad things in front of my eyes. I have witnessed too much destruction, pain, and suffering.
Going back to my original roots in Mexico, specifically the border town of Juarez, exposed me to the everyday lifestyle these individuals face including some of my family members who live over there. Thinking back to the hurricanes I experienced, many individuals when in these disasters in United States believed they could not survive without running water or seeing a medical professional right away for minor concerns. This was an eye opening experience for me when compared it to that of a developing country.
My other neighbors lived because they put boards over there windows and evacuated as soon as they could. There house was perfect when they got home because they put boards on the windows. Not very many people survived hurricane Tera it was a tragic event in the history of the United States. This was the worst event to ever take place on American soil. If you hear about a hurricane you should evacuate as quick as you can because you never know how bad the hurricane will be or if it will kill you.
Petra Nemcova once said, “We cannot stop natural disasters but we can arm ourselves with knowledge: so many lives wouldn’t have to be lost if there was enough disaster preparedness.” (Brainy Quote) A natural disaster is unpredictable and will obliterate anything in its path. Families and victims go through sorrow and nuisance. I watched many emotions arise and spirits emerge when I saw the victims of the earthquake that happened in Haiti six years ago. Seeing the devastation of a natural disaster allowed me to change into a better person by helping and wanting to give back to their now extravagant community by rebuilding the kaput, wrecked roads. The first time I walked through the streets of Haiti, I could feel the sentiment in the air of heartbreak and poignant.
Maurice Britt was known for many important things. He was a professional football player, a medal of honor recipient of World War II, a Lieutenant governor of Arkansas, and he was also a businessman. Maurice Lee Britt was on June 29, 1919 in Carlisle, Arkansas. His parents were Morris Lee and Virgie Britt. When he was a kid, Maurice moved to Lonoke (Lonoke county).
David Koresh, real name Vernon Wayne Howell was born August 17, 1959 in Houston Texas to his teenage mother Bonnie Clark. He was initially raised by his grandparents in the suburbs of Garland Texas where he attended Garland High School, and the Church of Seventh Day Adventist (Bio.com). He soon dropped out of Highschool just before his senior year to work at a carpentry, then he spent a short time of his 20s in Los Angeles trying to pursue becoming a rock star. When that did not work he returned to Houston where he was kicked out of his church.