Hurricane Katrina struck the southern part of Louisiana on August 29th, 2005. Levees broke and parts of New Orleans flooded. This was the first hurricane to directly hit the state since Hurricane Camille. Parts of New Orleans still look the the day after the storm to this day.
Facts That May Not Have Been Told On TV
- The Red Cross refused to help civil service workers.
- FEMA was 2 weeks late to certain areas.