Hurricane Katrina Aftermath: Biloxi Mississippi
All of our residents were from the places all of
The residents would sit around the television watching the news to see what their neighborhoods were like. It was unreal. Time after time they saw neighborhoods, their house totally under water. Bypasses were submerged, swamp boats were floating over their roofs.
We constantly worried about the outbreak of infectious diseases but we were lucky, that did not occur.
Finally they were allowed to go back to view their homes and bring back any important paperwork that may have survived. The National Guard controlled the areas. Folks were allowed to enter specific neighborhoods at and had to be out at 6 PM. There was no power, no lights and the areas were full of debris, and safety demanded strict rules.
However, most of these towns along the coast in
Many had to decide if they would ever return to home or if they would start over somewhere else in
My last evening in