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Katrina Evacuees Hurricane Katrina evacuees: who they are, where they are, and how they are faring Questions added to the Current Population Survey from October 2005 to October 2006 addressed the issue of how Katrina evacuees have fared; blacks, young adults, and the never married were much less likely to return to their homes, and nonreturnees


Evacuees Were Turned Away at Gretna, La. Three days after Hurricane Katrina struck, authorities blocked the road that connects the city of Gretna to New Orleans.


Hurricane Katrina was the costliest tropical cyclone on record, tied with Hurricane Harvey in 2017, causing $125 billion in damage, particularly in the city of New Orleans and the


Hurricane Katrina made landfall in the city of New Orleans on the morning of August 29, 2005, swept in by winds traveling at 127 mph. But the true damage came after the levees broke, when about 80 ...


Gulf coast evacuees testify on their experiences during and after hurricane Katrina, as well as responses by state, local, and federal officials. 


On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck states along the Gulf Coast of the United States. In the days after the hurricane struck, approximately 750 evacuation centers were established in at least 18 states to accommodate more than 200,000 evacuees (1). State and local health departments, with assistance from CDC, initiated enhanced ...


ALASKA: Hurricane Katrina evacuee Josette Autrey, right, of New Orleans hugs Alaska Red Cross of America CEO Joe Mathis at a news conference Sept. 7, 2005, at Red Cross headquarters in Anchorage ...


The Guardian - Back to home ... Houston is home for many evacuees 10 years after Katrina ... Hurricane Katrina refugee Jeremiah Charles of New Orleans waits in line with his family as they move ...


The estimated networks for the sample of Katrina evacuees shortly after the hurricane, that for the evacuees a year later, and that for a Houston sample with similar demographics, are shown, respectively, in Fig. 7, Fig. 8, Fig. 9.


Hurricane Katrina’s impact on public health has been significant and multifaceted, with trauma-related psychological sequelae likely to result in a sizable burden of disease. Data were collected that assessed acute stress disorder (ASD) prevalence and factors related to ASD symptomatology among sheltered evacuees. Methods.