Hurricane Katrin New Orleans And Mississippi

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The United states has had many hurricanes throughout history, though only a few have turned the world upside down and have had mass casualties in it. Although hurricane Katrina hit many areas two of the hardest areas that Katrina hit was New Orleans and Mississippi. On August 23,2005 people living in the Bahamas embraced for a tropical depression that would later turn into what was known as hurricane Katrina. The tropical storm started out with wind 's speed as high as 38 miles per hour. Meteorologist watched out for the hurricane and observed the bearing of it 's development. When meteorologist precept the depression, transforming into a hurricane with wind 's speeds as high as 39-73 miles per hour meteorologist were compelled to…show more content…
ON the morning of August 29,2005 Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf bank of the United States. Katrina had winds of 100-140 miles per hour and had now transformed into a class 3 hurricane. At the point when tropical storm Katrina was over it cleared out mass harm and had the ability to flip around the world as we knew it. Hurricane Katrina left the Gulf Coast with a total of 125 billion in economic damage and cost insurance company 's $60 billions in claims. Since the devastation was severe The government were compelled to get emergency aid from outside countries and different organizations. The countries that came to the United States aid were Afghanistan, Iran, and Canada. Afghanistan gave $100,000 to Support hurricane victims, according to a statement issued by the U.S. Embassy in Kabul. Iran also gave aid by offering to send humanitarian aid to hurricane victims. Canada offered to assist in any way it could, and its navy prepared a ship full of emergency disaster relief supplies to be sent (CNN.com). Part of the in state aid came from state and local-level agencies, governmental and non governmental organizations. Several of the governmental agencies who responded to the disaster were the department of defense, and FEMA. Department of defense dispatched 10,000 National Guard troops into Louisiana and Mississippi. National Guard troops quickly began to help operations along the Mississippi and Louisiana
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