Lower Ninth Ward, New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina : Stock Photo
Toys amongst other damaged items are left on the streets of the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans, LA, 5 months after Hurricane Katrina's force broke the cities levees and caused catastrophic flooding.


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Lower Ninth Ward, New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina

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John Francis Peters
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Toys amongst other damaged items are left on the streets of the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans, LA, 5 months after Hurricane Katrina's force broke the cities levees and caused catastrophic flooding.
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