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Historic Disasters - Hurricane Katrina

Residents are bringing their belongings and lining up to get into the Superdome which has been opened as a hurricane shelter in advance of hurricane Katrina. Most residents have evacuated the city and those left behind do not have transportation or have special needs. Marty Bahamonde/FEMA

Survivors Outside of the Louisiana Superdome

Residents are bringing their belongings and lining up to get into the Superdome which has been opened as a hurricane shelter in advance of hurricane Katrina. Most residents have evacuated the city and those left behind do not have transportation or have special needs. Marty Bahamonde/FEMA

Hurricane Katrina survivors arrive at the Houston Astrodome Red Cross Shelter after being evacuated from New Orleans. Thousands of survivors are at the Astrodome after the Superdome became unsafe following the levee breaks in New Orleans. FEMA photo/Andrea Booher

New Orleans evacuees at the Astrodome in Texas

Hurricane Katrina survivors arrive at the Houston Astrodome Red Cross Shelter after being evacuated from New Orleans. Thousands of survivors are at the Astrodome after the Superdome became unsafe following the levee breaks in New Orleans. FEMA photo/Andrea Booher

 Convoy of Hope has a cache of baby supplies ready to be shipped to victims of hurricane Katrina. New Orleans is being evacuated as a result of flooding from hurricane Katrina. Photo by: Liz Roll

Convey of Hope baby supplies shipment

Convoy of Hope has a cache of baby supplies ready to be shipped to victims of hurricane Katrina. New Orleans is being evacuated as a result of flooding from hurricane Katrina. Photo by: Liz Roll

People walk through the New Orleans flood waters to get to higher ground.

Survivors walking through flood waters

People walk through the New Orleans floodwaters to get to higher ground. New Orleans was under a mandatory evacuation order as a result of flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina. Marty Bahamonde/FEMA

 Cars parked on the New Orleans streets are flooded to the top of the wheel wells in this ground level photograph.

Cars Parked in flooded waters

Cars parked on the New Orleans streets are flooded to the top of the wheel wells in this ground-level photograph. New Orleans was under a mandatory evacuation order as a result of flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina. Marty Bahamonde/FEMA

 Hurricane Katrina put this boat upside down in this person's yard.

Boat flipped over by Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina put this boat upside down in this person's yard. All the homes in this area are damaged or destroyed as the 9th Ward took the brunt of the levee breach. Patricia Brach/FEMA

Members of the FEMA Urban Search and Rescue task forces continue to help residents impacted by Hurricane Katrina.

FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Task Force rescuing

Members of the FEMA Urban Search and Rescue task forces continue to help residents impacted by Hurricane Katrina. These residents were transported to the area from various neighborhoods and need to cross over the tracks to get on a second boat which will bring them to dry land. Photo by Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Members of the FEMA Urban Search and Rescue task forces continue to help residents impacted by Hurricane Katrina.

Survivors crossing tracks to get to dry lands

Members of the FEMA Urban Search and Rescue task forces continue to help residents impacted by Hurricane Katrina. These residents were transported to the area from various neighborhoods and need to cross over the tracks to get on a second boat which will bring them to dry land. Photo by Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

This bridge in Empire, LA is still closed almost 60 days after Hurricane Katrina came through the area.

Vessels blocking a bridge in Empire, LA

This bridge in Empire, LA is still closed almost 60 days after Hurricane Katrina came through the area. Efforts are currently underway to remove these vessels from the highway. Robert Kaufmann/FEMA

 Evacuees, some with pets, and patients arrive at New Orleans airport where FEMA's D-MATs have set up operations. Photo: Michael Rieger/FEMA

Survivors outside of the New Orleans airport

Evacuees, some with pets, and patients arrive at New Orleans airport where FEMA's D-MATs have set up operations. Photo: Michael Rieger/FEMA

 Evacuees and patients arrive at New Orleans airport by helicopter where FEMA's D-MATs have set up operations

Father and son outside of the New Orleans airport

Evacuees and patients arrive at New Orleans airport by helicopter where FEMA's D-MATs have set up operations. Photo: Michael Rieger/FEMA

The 82nd Airbore arives at New Orleans airport where FEMA's D-MATs have set up operations. Photo: Michael Rieger/FEMA

The 82nd Airborne arrives in News Orleans

The 82nd Airborne arrives at New Orleans airport where FEMA's D-MATs have set up operations. Photo: Michael Rieger/FEMA

Local residents arrive at ramp to the Superdome after being rescued from their homes. New Orleans is being evacuated due to flooding caused by hurricane Katrina. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Couple arriving to the ramp of the Superdome

Local residents arrive at the ramp to the Superdome after being rescued from their homes. New Orleans is being evacuated due to flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Another commercial jetliner boards evacuees for their flight out of the city to shelters now being set up in cities throughout the country. Military, commercial and private airplanes evacuated tens of thousands of residents from the New Orleans Airport.

Survivors traveling to out of state shelters

Another commercial jetliner board evacuees for their flight out of the city to shelters now being set up in cities throughout the country. Military, commercial and private airplanes evacuated tens of thousands of residents from the New Orleans Airport. New Orleans continues to be evacuated as the city works to remove the floodwaters brought by Hurricane Katrina. Photo by win Henderson / FEMA photo.

People standing on the overpasses and bridges to keep out of the New Orleans flood waters. New Orleans was under a mandatory evacuation order as a result of flooding caused by hurricane Katrina. Marty Bahamonde/FEMA

Survivors on the bridge to keep out of flood waters

People standing on the overpasses and bridges to keep out of the New Orleans floodwaters. New Orleans was under a mandatory evacuation order as a result of flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina. Marty Bahamonde/FEMA

- A military Humvee patrols a road now cleaned of sludge and mud in a heavily damaged area of the Parish.

Military Humvee patrolling neighborhoods

A military Humvee patrols a road now cleaned of sludge and mud in a heavily damaged area of the Parish. Cleanup efforts are now underway in areas once flooded by Hurricane Katrina. Win Henderson / FEMA

An evacuee in the Houston Astrodome looks through  yellow pages for housing information. Thousands of displaced citizens were moved to Houston as New Orleans is evacuated. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

Survivors in the Houston Astrodome

An evacuee in the Houston Astrodome looks through yellow pages for housing information. Thousands of displaced citizens were moved to Houston as New Orleans is evacuated. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

President Bill Clinton greets a wheelchair-bound evacuee in the Reliant Center at the Houston Astrodome. He and President George Walker Bush were at the Astrodome to announce a new relief fund. In the background, holding his jacket is Senator Barack Obama.

President Bill Clinton visiting survivors

President Bill Clinton greets a wheelchair-bound evacuee in the Reliant Center at the Houston Astrodome. He and President George Walker Bush were at the Astrodome to announce a new relief fund. In the background, holding his jacket is Senator Barack Obama. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

Exhausted families arrive at the Astrodome after being evacuated from New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. FEMA photo/Andrea Booher

Father and daughter sleeping in shelter

Exhausted families arrive at the Astrodome after being evacuated from New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. FEMA photo/Andrea Booher

Thomas John and baby brothers are among the 18,000 Hurricane Katrina survivors that are housed in the Red Cross shelter

18,000 plus people sheltering at the Astrodome

Thomas John and baby brothers are among the 18,000 Hurricane Katrina survivors that are housed in the Red Cross shelter at the Astrodome and Reliant Center, after evacuating New Orleans. FEMA photo/Andrea Booher

Second lines are traditional New Orleans brass band parades, oftentimes spontaneous, but in this case planned as the finale to a week-long series of city events commemorating the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

Katrina 10 Commemorative Second Line

A parade goer shows "signs of resilience" as she joins others in the Katrina 10 Commemorative Second Line in New Orleans Aug. 29, 2015. Second lines are traditional New Orleans brass band parades, oftentimes spontaneous, but in this case, planned as the finale to a week-long series of city events commemorating the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

The “Free Agents,” One of many brass bands that participated in the Katrina 10 Commemorative Second Line in New Orleans Aug. 29, 2015,

Katrina 10 Commemorative Second Line in New Orleans

The "Free Agents," One of many brass bands that participated in the Katrina 10 Commemorative Second Line in New Orleans Aug. 29, 2015, 10 years after Hurricane Katrina inundated the city with floodwater. Second lines are traditional New Orleans brass band parades, oftentimes spontaneous, but in this case, planned as the finale to a week-long series of city events commemorating the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

A parade participant poses for cameras as the Katrina 10 Commemorative Second Line moves through New Orleans Aug. 29, 2015.

Katrina 10 Commemorative Second Line in New Orleans

A parade participant poses for cameras as the Katrina 10 Commemorative Second Line moves through New Orleans Aug. 29, 2015, 10 years after Hurricane Katrina inundated the city with floodwater. Second lines are traditional New Orleans brass band parades, oftentimes spontaneous, but in this case, planned as the finale to a week-long series of city events commemorating the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.