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Hurricane Katrina aftermath. Many area boats are damaged or destroyed, in the background boats that were sunk by the storm remain in the waterway Southern Louisiana, September 12, 2005 -fema/illinoisphoto.com- Large boats remain on this road, closing it to traffic.

The abandoned Six Flags Theme Park, New Orleans. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and ripped the heart of fun and the amusement out of this park. Almost six years later, Six Flags in New Orleans is unnaturally silent, no lines and no laughter.

Facts about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the effect on New Orleans on the anniversary of the disastrous storm.
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Hurricane Katrina History and Numbers (Infographic)

Facts about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the effect on New Orleans on the anniversary of the disastrous storm.

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Hurricane Katrina: Facts, Damage & Aftermath

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Hurricane Katrina: Facts, Damage & Aftermath

Hurricane Katrina, at one point a Category Five storm, caused millions of dollars in damage and left a death toll in the thousands.

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Sept. 4, 2005 — Hurricane Katrina (ph: Robert Galbraith / Reuters) A man clings to the top of a vehicle before being rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard from the flooded streets of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina