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Not everyone had evacuated when Katrina made landfall in New Orleans and the levees collapsed. The lack of government response was visible as the city lay covered with water and its inhabitants were abandoned without any food, medical aid, and shelter. In the coming days the images, which, came out the flooded city, were shocking, painful and beyond belief. Days after they were evacuated, many left behind their city in ruins never to return. This vibrant city of Jazz and Mardi Gras was lifeless, soulless.

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