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Sept 2, 2005
Thousands dead as Hurricane Katrina leaves Gulf States battered - Bush under fire
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The eye of the storm ... dramatic satellite image of Hurricane Katrina as it slams into the US Gulf Coast. Photo: NOAA

'This was our tsunami' - Mayor of Biloxi

Hurricane Katrina slammed into the U.S. Gulf Coast, leaving a devastating trail of destruction, death and homelessness in its wake. It left America counting the cost of what the Mayor of the Mississippi town of Biloxi described as "our tsunami."

With thousands of people feared dead, it is believed a million people have been left homeless and millions are without power across the states of Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama.

The huge storm and its powerful surge smashed buildings, wrecked boats, destroyed cars, brought down trees and flooded cities, plunging large swathes of New Orleans under water.

Risk analysts believe the storm could cost insurers $100 billion, making Katrina the costliest U.S. natural disaster.

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Hurricane winds topped 140 miles an hour as it hit the land. One million people had evacuated New Orleans following a call to quit the city by Mayor Ray Nagin. But several hundred thousand remained and many had to be rescued from rooftops as up to 80 per cent of the city was under flood water.

With the first emergency aid only beginning to arrive to a ruined New Orleans by military convoy four days after Katrina struck, there was furious criticism of the Bush administration over the level of aid and delays in responding to America's worst natural disaster.

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