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UPDATED: 16:22, September 05, 2005
Rescue effort continues in New Orleans
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Vehicles searching for the victims march with difficulty along the street in flood ravaged New Orleans, Louisiana Sep 3, 2005. Hurricane Katrina has brought heavy casualty and economic losses to the city of New Orleans so far. President Bush announced on Sep 3 that some 7,000 active-duty army soldiers will be deployed in domestic relief effort.

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A rescue helicopter flies through a neighborhood in search of survivors in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana September 3, 2005. Many residents were rescued from their homes and the streets of the flood ravaged city.

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The flood ravaged New Orleans city, Louisiana looks deserted like an abandoned city. Currently the policemen have sealed off all the roads leading to New Orleans, only allowing those vehicles carrying relief materials to enter. Hurricane Katrina has so far brought heavy casualty and economic losses to the city of New Orleans.

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The flood ravaged New Orleans city, Louisiana looks deserted like an abandoned city. Currently the policemen have sealed off all the roads leading to New Orleans, only allowing those vehicles carrying relief materials to enter. Hurricane Katrina has so far brought heavy casualty and economic losses to the city of New Orleans.

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The flood ravaged New Orleans city, Louisiana looks deserted like an abandoned city. Currently the policemen have sealed off all the roads leading to New Orleans, only allowing those vehicles carrying relief materials to enter. Hurricane Katrina has so far brought heavy casualty and economic losses to the city of New Orleans.

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A rescue helicopter flies through a neighborhood in search of survivors in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana September 3, 2005. Many residents were rescued from their homes and the streets of the flood ravaged city.

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