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SEPT 1, 2005 KATRINA'S AFTERMATH

SEPT 1, 2005 KATRINA'S AFTERMATH (125 photos) Send this reportage Send this reportage
Hurricane Katrina has caused considerable damages along the American South East coast when it hit Louisiana with winds blowing over 140 miles/hour before sweeping off Mississipi, Alabama and West Florida. Our photojournalist Erik Lesser was one of the first reporters to access the Biloxi area in Mississipi, two short days after the disaster. From there, he brings us chocking images illustrating the powerful destructive power of Katrina.
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Hurricane Katrina has caused considerable damages along the American South East coast when it hit Louisiana with winds blowing over 140 miles/hour before sweeping off Mississipi, Alabama and West Florida. According to authorities, thousands of people are feared dead in these States. Our photojournalist Erik Lesser was one of the first reporters to access the Biloxi area in Mississipi, two short days after the disaster. From there, he brings us chocking images illustrating the powerful destructive power of Katrina