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Did you evacuate in the face of Katrina? Were you a witness to the storm? Share your experiences or observations. E-mail us your accounts of the approach, evacuation or aftermath. Please include a phone number and how to pronounce your name.

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Listeners Write In

Listeners talk about their fears, feelings and experiences in the face of Katrina’s onslaught.