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Evacuating... and Staying Put in New Orleans
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Evacuating... and Staying Put in New Orleans

In a stark contrast to the response of Hurricane Katrina, officials in New Orleans have successfully evacuated nearly everyone in New Orleans before Hurricane Gustav strikes, although some residents of New Orleans have decided to stay put. (The Washington Post)

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Evacuating... and Staying Put in New Orleans
Video | In a stark contrast to the response of Hurricane Katrina, officials in New Orleans have successfully evacuated nearly everyone in New Orleans before Hurricane Gustav strikes, although some residents of New Orleans have decided to stay put.
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Article | NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 3 -- Hundreds of thousands of Gustav evacuees began flooding back home on Wednesday to face widespread power outages, food shortages and limited medical care.

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