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30 May, 2006. Lakeview, New Orleans, Louisiana. Mosquito breeding grounds. Stagnant pools and out of control weeds grow in the once affluent, predominantly white Lakeview neighbourhood close to the 17th Street Canal levee breach. Nine months after hurricane Katrina, burst water mains and ruined infrastructure continue to seep water, creating fetid pools where mosquitos breed. Lakeview was devastated by flooding after Hurricane Katrina.
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- Katrina 366 - A year and a day in the life of a Hurricane.