HURRICANE KATRINA RECOVERY INFORMATION
 

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Subject: HURRICANE KATRINA RECOVERY INFORMATION

 
HURRICANE KATRINA RECOVERY INFORMATION

Hurricane Katrina has proved to be one of the most dangerous storms in U.S. history. Even though Katrina no longer has hurricane force winds, hazards from weakened and damaged trees, downed power lines, high water, and other dangers remain. We urge citizens to be mindful of instructions from state and local officials who have asked that individuals remain in shelters, homes or safe places until given further notice.

Check out:
http://www.firstgov.gov/Citizen/Topics/PublicSafety/Hurricane_Katrina_Recovery.shtml


You'll get information on disaster assistance and how to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. You'll find links on:

-- Disaster Assistance for Victims
-- State Disaster Information (Alabama, Florida, Louisiana,
   and Mississippi)
-- Agencies Accepting Donations for Victims
-- and additional disaster resources

You can find additional information on Hurricane Katrina in our FAQ database at http://answers.firstgov.gov
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YNCS Don Harribine, USN(ret)