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In Depth (Hurricane Katrina / New Orleans / Levees) #830200

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 27, 2006
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(New Orleans: Brian Williams) The inside of a home hit by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans’s Lakeview neighborhood shown.

(New Orleans: Martin Savidge) The Army Corps of Engineers’ race to rebuild the levee system and win back the people’s trust before the next hurricane season featured; scenes shown of construction; diagrams shown of the flood protection system; cost cited; details given of problems with the pumping stations. [Corps of Engineers Brig. Gen. Robert CREAR†- comments.] [Loyola University professor Bob THOMAS†- says people are very nervous.] [Resident Mike TERRANOVA††- comments.]

(New Orleans: Brian Williams, Martin Savidge) The state of the levees and residents’ concern discussed.

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