Monday, September 12, 2005

Draining New Orleans going well. Guard heroism.

More than 5 million gallons a minute.

Times Picayune, which has more news about recovery.

This article
, which details the flooding of Jackson Barracks, is truly harrowing. It may also explain why some of the Louisiana National Guard was a little slow in responding. Their headquarters flooded, their communications gone, they still managed aeveral rescues, and re-established themselves quickly.

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