Lessons from Katrina
"There's so much you lost, you don't remember what all you lost," he said. "Everything you worked for your whole life is gone." When Hurricane Katrina scored a direct hit here in 2005, Saucier, along with 12 family members and friends, fought their way through rising water and falling trees to a small attic alcove, where they huddled, cried and ... (more)
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#1 Feb 5, 2013
Great story, if you have not read it yet!
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