The Negative Impact Of Hurricane Katrina

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On August 21, 2005 a deadly and destructive natural disaster hit the Gulf Coast of the U.S. This deadly disaster was named Hurricane Katrina. She flooded most of Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Not only did it cause major damage to people's homes, it had killed and drowned over 1,600 citizens. Lots of people had gone missing and more than 100,000 people were stranded in their flooded towns. Overall Katrina had a huge negative impact on the U.S.
Hurricane Katrina was a pivotal moment in history because it caused lots of damage and destruction to lives in the Gulf Coast of the

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