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The Scene in Lake Charles, La.

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The Scene in Lake Charles, La.

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The Scene in Lake Charles, La.

The Scene in Lake Charles, La.

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Surging waters surround the Isle of Capri Casino as Hurricane Rita hits Lake Charles, La. Reuters hide caption

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Surging waters surround the Isle of Capri Casino as Hurricane Rita hits Lake Charles, La.

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Norman Bourdeau, assistant director of the office of Homeland Security and Emergency for Calcasieu Parish stayed behind in Lake Charles, La. He tells Scott Simon how the city is faring.

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