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Katrina hits US Gulf Coast
Updated: 2005-08-30 12:02

Rooftops and bare foundations sit surrounded by the debris of damaged and destroyed homes and businesses, in Biloxi, Miss., Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005, following Hurricane Katrina's landfall along the Gulf Coast on Monday. Across Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, more than 1 million residents remained without electricity, some without clean drinking water, Tuesday. In devastated Biloxi, Miss., areas that were not underwater were littered with tree trunks, downed power lines and chunks of broken concrete.Some buildings were flattened. [AP]

Jose Lopez of Biloxi, Miss. speaks about the damage done by Hurricane Katrina Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005 in Biloxi, in front of a Shell filling station along U.S. Highway 90. [AP]

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