A year that started with Americans providing relief to tsunami victims in Asia ended with an outpouring of help for U.S. citizens along the Gulf Coast, which was hit by Hurricanes Katrina in late August and Rita in mid-September. Hardest hit by Katrina were New Orleans and coastal areas of Mississippi and Alabama, where power was knocked out, homes were knocked down and much of the region's infrastructure was destroyed. While some supermarkets lost their roofs or were filled with water, ...

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