In fact, both of those forecasts were true. Levees in New Orleans were overtopped by the Mississippi River. Hundreds of homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses were destroyed. Many areas between New Orleans and Biloxi, Mississippi, were uninhabitable for weeks or months, and rebuilding efforts took years. More than a thousand people died.
In fact, both of those forecasts were true. Levees in New Orleans were overtopped by the Mississippi River. Hundreds of homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses were destroyed. Many areas between New Orleans and Biloxi, Mississippi, were uninhabitable for weeks or months, and rebuilding efforts took years. More than a thousand people died.
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