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Weathering Katrina at the Log Cabin Bar

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Weathering Katrina at the Log Cabin Bar

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Weathering Katrina at the Log Cabin Bar

Weathering Katrina at the Log Cabin Bar

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Patrons hang out in what's left of the Log Cabin Bar in Waveland, Miss. Joe Nick Patoski hide caption

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Patrons hang out in what's left of the Log Cabin Bar in Waveland, Miss.

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These Chihuahua puppies were carried to safety from the Log Cabin Bar in an ice chest. Joe Nick Patoski hide caption

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These Chihuahua puppies were carried to safety from the Log Cabin Bar in an ice chest.

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Reporter Joe Nick Patoski relates the story of a group of people who holed up in a Mississippi bar to ride out Hurricane Katrina, and then had to make a harrowing escape through the roof and across two makeshift gangplanks to safety at the height of the storm.