Tuesday, September 02, 2008



As Hurricane Gustav gave way to Tropical Depression Gustav, that huge collective sigh America heard was one of immense relief that New Orleans didn't experience a catastrophic repeat of Hurricane Katrina.

The levees held, even as water sloshed over their tops, and while the worst of the storm has passed, flood watches along Lake Pontchartrain remain in effect until 10 a.m. CDT.

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has promised that "re-entry is only days away, and not weeks."

UPDATE (9/2/08, 12:50 p.m.):
MSNBC is reporting:
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said he has received reports of widespread damage across three parishes — Terrebonne, Lafourche and St. Mary — near where the eye of the storm hit. Helicopter crews were expected to search the area for anyone injured or killed.
With millions still displaced from their homes, as well as damage in the wake of Gustav requiring attention, including from relief agencies like the American Red Cross, I strongly encourage you to join me in giving to this organization. To donate, simply click here.

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