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 Two men move a small boat through waist deep water to a small community that is cut off by flooded roads from the rest of Gulfport, Mississippi, after the arrival of Hurricane Katrina on Monday, August 29, 2005.    

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People walk around a destroyed home in Pascagoula, Mississippi, after the arrival of Hurricane Katrina on Sunday August 30, 2005.   

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Destroyed vehicles and debris sit in front of a devastated building in Gulfport, Mississippi, on Sunday 4 September, 2005.  Rubble still lines the streets of area hit hard by Hurricane Katrina.  

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A sign warns looters in Pascagoula, Mississippi, after the arrival of Hurricane Katrina on Wednesday 31 August, 2005.  

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Dave Boyd look out at a road destroyed by Hurricane Katrina on Dauphin Island, Alabama, on Saturday 3 September, 2005.  The hurricane destroyed or damaged many of the homes and roads on the west end of the barrier island.

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Few houses still stand on the west end of Dauphin Island, Alabama, on Friday 2 September, 2005.  The arrival of Hurricane Katrina ripped apart the west end of the barrier island.

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A neighborhood sits in destruction from Hurricane Katrina in Pascagoula, Mississippi, on Friday 2 September, 2005.  

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Chad Henson walks through the foundation of a building that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in Biloxi, Mississippi, on Friday, September 9, 2005.  

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(left to right) Father and son Mark and Eric Nelson clean out debris from Mark's house in Biloxi, Mississippi, while looking for what his left of his families personal possessions after his homes was ravaged by the arrival of Hurricane Katrina on Friday September 9, 2005.   

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Nick Luong, 13, sits on the front porch of a friends home that was devastated by the arrival of Hurricane Katrina in Biloxi, Mississippi, on Monday September 12, 2005.  

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John Dubuissoy climbs through the wreckage of a State Farm office in Pass Christian, Mississippi, on Thursday September 22, 2005.   

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John Wogun walks through piles of debris where homes once stood in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, on Sunday September 18, 2005.  The area was heavily effected by Hurricane Katrina, with a majority of water front homes completely destroyed by the storm. 

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Eric Brown cleans out mud covered debris from the inside of Slidell Marine in Slidell, La.,  on Tuesday 4 October, 2005.  

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Claire Crawford looks through her flood damaged house in Slidell, Louisiana, on Tuesday September 27, 2005.

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Kelli Scheuermann goes through her flooded property in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana,  on Wednesday October 5, 2005.  

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Eddy Clinard stands near a home destroyed by Hurricane Katrina while helping a friend clear his home out in Slidell, Louisiana, on Thursday, September 29, 2005.