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ORLEANS LAKEFRONT AIRPORT DEVASTATED AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA HIT THE GULF COAST

ORLEANS LAKEFRONT AIRPORT DEVASTATED AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA HIT THE GULF COAST
Mud coats the floor in devastation left from the tidal surge that ripped through the terminal of the Orleans Lakefront Airport in Orleans Parish. Sept. 13, 2005. New Orleans International Airport, Louis Armstrong opened today for limited commercial passenger flights for the first time since Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. (UPI Photo/Ken James)
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