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UPDATED: 13:45, October 01, 2005
Damage caused by Hurricane Rita
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Photo taken on Sept. 29, 2005 shows telegraph poles damaged by Hurricane Rita, in Charles Lake, Louisiana, the United States, on Sept. 29, 2005. Hurricane Rita launched a fierce assault on Texas and Louisiana on Sept. 24, and left debris of buildings and plants in these areas. Police and the U.S. army blocked the entrances to these hurricane-stricken towns to strictly control the returning residents for the safety of the public and private properties in towns.

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Workers clean up the debris left by Hurricane Rita in front of a building, in Charles Lake, Louisiana, the United States, on Sept. 29, 2005.

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Photo taken on Sept. 29, 2005 shows a tree rooted up by Hurricane Rita in Port Arthur, Texas, the United States.

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Photo taken on Sept. 29, 2005 shows a gas station destroyed by Hurricane Rita in Port Arthur, Texas, the United States.

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