August 29, 2005. That’s the day that changed everything in New Orleans and the gulf region. It’s been 12 years since Hurricane Katrina, the hurricane that broke all the records:
– 80% of New Orleans was under water
– 1,245–1,836 died (some bodies couldn’t be verified because they had been under water for so long)
– $108 Billion in damage. The costliest natural disaster on record
…and the list goes on and on.
Seeing your house, your block, your neighborhood and even nearly your whole city go under water would have to have some sort of effect on you right? Well, come to find out, it has more of an effect on you than we realize.
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