Hurricane Katrina Commemorative Collection

National Geographic Premiered Jan 01, 2006 Unknown


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Hurricane Katrina Commemorative Collection

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Hurricane Katrina Commemorative Collection involved a series of videos which give an in-depth view of the massive tropical storm that devastated the United States, leaving thousands homeless and injured, as well as causing hundreds of fatalities. The video series includes eye-witness accounting of the storm as well as the wide scale wreckage left in its aftermath. With overviews of the weather radar views during the storm as well as coverage of the victims of the disaster, the series includes only a few episodes, but covers the large-scale destruction this tropical storm wrought upon the country. Hundreds of organizations were brought together in an attempt to aid the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which shattered the lives of so many people and left many families without homes or even the necessities of food, safe water, and clothing. The Hurricane Katrina Commemorative Collection brings together many views of the events before, during, and after this massive storm cell swept the United States into its grasp.moreless

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AIRED ON 8/23/2010

Season 1 : Episode 2

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