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Breakdowns marked path from hurricane to anarchy

Author: Lipton et al. New York Times
Year: 2005
Resource type: News

Aritlce on the effects of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, USA, in the New York Times 11 Sept 2005, Lipton E, Drew C, Shane S, Rohde D.

'Before the last people were evacuated that Saturday, several bodies were dumped near a door, and two or three babies died of dehydration, emergency medics have said.'

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