Surveying Katrina's Wrath from the Air

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Lee Taylor and his wife Jane in front of their 1955 Cessna 180.

Lee Taylor (right) and his wife Jane in front of their 1955 Cessna 180. Noah Adams, NPR hide caption

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One of the best ways to understand how Hurricane Katrina has ravaged the Gulf Coast is to view the damage from the air. Pilot Lee Taylor flies over the beachlines of Waveland and Bay St. Louis, Miss.

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