Weathering Katrina at the Log Cabin Bar

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

Joe Nick Patoski

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.

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