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Surveying the Damage in Mississippi

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Surveying the Damage in Mississippi

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Surveying the Damage in Mississippi

Surveying the Damage in Mississippi

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New Orleans is getting most of the nation's attention, but Hurricane Katrina's fury shattered Mississippi's coast, with stunning structural damage. Entire beachfront neighborhoods are gone in Gulfport, Waveland and other towns.

Railroad tracks lie twisted and buckled in Waveland, Miss., following Hurricane Katrina. Gisele Grayson, NPR hide caption

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