States, Groups Step In to Take Katrina Evacuees States and organizations across the nation are stepping in to take evacuees from the hurricane-affected regions. Officials are not only trying to get victims out of Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama, but also out of Texas, which has been overrun with evacuees.
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States, Groups Step In to Take Katrina Evacuees

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States, Groups Step In to Take Katrina Evacuees

States, Groups Step In to Take Katrina Evacuees

States, Groups Step In to Take Katrina Evacuees

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States and organizations across the nation are stepping in to take evacuees from the hurricane-affected regions. Officials are not only trying to get victims out of Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama, but also out of Texas, which has been overrun with evacuees.