New Orleans 2010; The Fifth Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

New Orleans is major United States port, and the largest city in the states of Louisiana, United States. It’s population is approximately 1,189,981. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans killing approximately 1,500 people and there are people who are still unaccounted for. The main damages of hurricane was caused by the Federal levee system which broke during the hurricane flooding many parts of the city specifically the Lower Ninth Ward. Today, thousands those have not returned due to the major damages of the hurricane. These people lost their homes, families and found no solution but have a new beginning somewhere else.

You may go to the post “The Reconstruction of the Lower Ninth Ward” to see the video about the after effects of the Hurricane Katrina.

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