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How 'Hosting' Katrina Morgue Changed St. Gabriel

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How 'Hosting' Katrina Morgue Changed St. Gabriel

Katrina & Beyond

How 'Hosting' Katrina Morgue Changed St. Gabriel

How 'Hosting' Katrina Morgue Changed St. Gabriel

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Katrina: One Year Later

The bodies of Hurricane Katrina victims from New Orleans and surrounding areas were initially brought to the Louisiana town of St. Gabriel, where a huge tent city was erected to house a morgue.

Mike Pesca revisits St. Gabriel to find out how "hosting" the morgue affected the town.

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