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(Studio: Carol Lin) A standing ovation in New Orleans for a film shot by firefighter Richard McCurley while he and his coworkers were rescuing people trapped by Hurricane Katrina, noted; excerpt featuring people trying to convince a man to leave his home shown.
(St. Bernard Parish: Susan Roesgen) The dwindling number of volunteers helping with the cleanup from Katrina featured; scenes shown of houses being gutted in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. [Volunteer Eric BRUCKBAUER- says there is still a lot to be done.] [Habitat for Humanity worker Kelly DONAHUE– shows the empty volunteer cots and her tattoo that is a reminder of the disaster.] [St. Bernard Parish councilman Craig TAFFARO- says it’s not over for us.]
- Lin, Carol;
- Roesgen, Susan
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