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

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.

Flooded after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, New Orleans still has areas that need to be rebuilt.

Remembering Katrina, five years ago

Flooded after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, New Orleans still has areas that need to be rebuilt.

Hurricane Katrina  In 2005, a hurricane rips through New Orleans. 50,000 houses are destroyed. (I was in staten Island, ny.  at the mall on richmond ave.)

Hurricane Katrina In 2005, a hurricane rips through New Orleans. 50,000 houses are destroyed. (I was in staten Island, ny. at the mall on richmond ave.)

Hurricane Katrina-2005  i don't forget that night..listening to NPR..a nurse in a new orleans hospial said the water was rising a foot an hour...I knew then the levee's had breech/broken..did announce til 3-4 hours later

Protecting Your Pets In An Emergency

Hurricane Katrina-2005 i don't forget that night..listening to NPR..a nurse in a new orleans hospial said the water was rising a foot an hour...I knew then the levee's had breech/broken..did announce til 3-4 hours later

Katrina- New Orleans-How DARE you mother nature-I never even got to visit before you destroyed her.

Katrina- New Orleans-How DARE you mother nature-I never even got to visit before you destroyed her.

Originally called Jazzland until Six Flags took over in 2002. In 2005 hurricane Katrina unleashed all her destructive fury on the Gulf coast. Following the collapse of the levee’s in the 9th ward and the over flow from lake Pontchartrain the park sat submerged in 4-7 ft of brackish, corrosive water for over a month. 80% of all building were considered destroyed and what was left was unsafe and unrecoverable. What’s left of the abandoned park provides us with a surreal and haunting image.

The Fun Stops Here: Abandoned Amusement Parks

Originally called Jazzland until Six Flags took over in 2002. In 2005 hurricane Katrina unleashed all her destructive fury on the Gulf coast. Following the collapse of the levee’s in the 9th ward and the over flow from lake Pontchartrain the park sat submerged in 4-7 ft of brackish, corrosive water for over a month. 80% of all building were considered destroyed and what was left was unsafe and unrecoverable. What’s left of the abandoned park provides us with a surreal and haunting image.

“Tourist, Shame on You”: On Disaster Tourism » Sociological Images

“Tourist, Shame on You”: On Disaster Tourism » Sociological Images

These are the forgotten images from Hurricane Katrina

These Are The Forgotten Images Of Hurricane Katrina

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