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[万花筒] 【整理】2008-09-01&09-02 新奥尔良迎来“卡特里娜第二”?

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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the gulf shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears that Tropical Storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently an evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. But Mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday.

 

“Also I emphasize them, everyone on the west bank, this storm is different than Katrina, it is coming in a different path, and it will probably put more stress and strain on the levees on the west bank and therefore there’s significantly more risk and don't feel comfortable because you’ve got through Katrina that you survived the big one and you’re invincible. That is not the case, this is a different storm. ”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected it will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to flooding and landslides. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas.

 

“I hope that you recognize, you know particularly those you were here during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really across this country, a changing FEMA from a reactive organization to a proactive organization, but not just us, also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared state of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast. It could be as a Category-3 storm.

 

Rita Foley, the Associated Press.

 

 

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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears of tropical storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. The major Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early in Saturday, “As I have emphasized everyone on the west bank, the storm is different from Katrina, it is coming in the different path, and it would probably put more strength, and strengthen on the levis on the west bank. And therefore the significantly more risk that I don’t feel comfortable because you guys through Katrina that you survived in the day when you in visible and it’s not the case, this is a different storm. ”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour, it has sustained winds at 65 miles per hour, by Saturday it is expected will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage, more than 60 deaths in Haiti and Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to the flooding and landslide. As Gustav moved toward US coast, federal officials are gearing up, the national guard is ready in some areas. “I hope that you recognize this particular from those you hear from Katrina, what’s happening here and what didn’t happen to Katrina. What you seeing is the culture change not only here but really crosses the country. I’ll change /fame for may/, reactive organization for pro-active organization. But not just us, but also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared faced emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of the fears of storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast it could be as a category-3 storm.

 

//, the Associated Press.  

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Three years ago, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears of the Tropical Storm Gustav could eying the same generlal region.

 

Currently, the evacuation order is not infected in New Orleans, but mayor Ray Nagin says one could be inplaced as early as Saturday.
" I also emphasize that anyone on the West Bank, the storm is different from Katrina. It is coming in different path and it will probably put more strength  and strand on *s of the west bank.

 

 And there for the significantly more risk and all feel comfortable because you got through Katrina that you've been survived in the big one that when you impensible. That is not the case. This is a different storm. "


Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour, it has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday, it's expected it will be centered over west Cuba. Already, it's done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and Dominican Republic are blamed of the storm mostly do the flooding and landslides.

 

As Gustav moved towards the US coast, the * officials are gearing up. The national gurard is ready in some areas.


I hope that you recognize the particular as you heard with Katrina. What's happening here and what didn't happen on Katrina. What's you've seen is a culture change. Not only here, but really across the country. A changing fear for me recked the organization to pro-organization. But now just us, also the state government and the local  government.

 

Governors in the  states of Bliana, Mississippi and Texas have  already declared the emergency. And oil prices have rizen in recent days because of fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast. It could be as a Cat-3 strom.

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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears of tropical storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. The mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday.

 

 “As I have emphasized everyone on the west bank, the storm is different from Katrina, it is coming in the different path, and it would probably put more stress, and strength on the levies on the west bank /,/ and therefore the significantly more risk. /that/ I don’t feel comfortable because you got through Katrina that you survived in the big wind you’re invincible. But it’s not the case, this is a different storm. ”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds at 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to the flooding and landslides. As Gustav moved toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The national guard is ready in some areas.

 

“I hope that you recognize this particularly those you’re here /hear from/ during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen to Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really crosses the country, a change * for may reactive organization for proactive organization. But not just us, /but/ also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared states are of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of /the/ fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast, it could be as a category-3 storm.

 

//, the Associated Press.  



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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears that Tropical Storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. The mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday.

 

 “I also want to emphasize/ everyone on the west bank, the storm is different than Katrina, it is coming in a different path, and it would probably put more stress, and strain on the levees on the west bank / / and therefore there’re significantly more risk. /that/ I don’t feel comfortable because you’ve got through Katrina that you survived in the big when you’re invincible. But it’s not the case, this is a different storm. ”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected it will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to / flooding and landslides. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas.

 

“I hope that you recognize this, particularly those you’re here during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really cross/ the country, a changing * for may reactive organization for proactive organization. But not just us, / also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared states / of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of / fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast, it could be as a Category-3 storm.

 

Rita Foley, the Associated Press.

 

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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears that Tropical Storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. The mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday.

 

 “I also want to emphasize that everyone on the west bank, the storm is different than Katrina, it is coming in a different path, and it would probably put more stress and strain on the levees on the west bank and therefore there’re significantly more risk.  I don’t feel comfortable because you’ve got through Katrina that you survived / the big when you’re invincible. But it’s not the case, this is a different storm. ”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected it will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to  flooding and landslides. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas.

 

“I hope that you recognize this, particularly those new here during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really across the country, a changing * from a reactive organization to a proactive organization. But not just us,  also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared states  of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of  fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast, it could be as a Category-3 storm.

 

Rita Foley, the Associated Press.

 

 

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  Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears that Tropical Storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. The mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday.

 

 “I also want to emphasize that everyone on the west bank, the storm is different than Katrina, it is coming in a different path, and it would probably put more stress and strain on the levees on the west bank and therefore there’re significantly more risk.  I don’t feel comfortable because you’ve got through Katrina that you survived the big one when you’re invincible. But it’s not the case, this is a different storm. ”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected it will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to  flooding and landslides. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas.

 

“I hope that you recognize this, particularly those new here during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really across the country, a changing FEMA from a reactive organization to a proactive organization. But not just us,  also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared states  of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of  fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast, it could be as a Category-3 storm.

 

Rita Foley, the Associated Press.

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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears that Tropical Storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. The mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday.

 

 “Also I wanna emphasize, everyone on the west bank, this storm is different than Katrina, it is coming in a different path, and it would probably put more stress and strain on the levees on the west bank and therefore there’re significantly more risk.  So don’t feel comfortable because you’ve got through Katrina that you survived  the big one then you’re invincible. That is not the case, this is a different storm. ”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected it will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to  flooding and landslides. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas.

 

“I hope that you recognize this, particularly those of you here during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really across the country, a change in fame  from a reactive organization to a proactive organization. But not just us,  also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared states  of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of  fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast, it could be as a Category-3 storm.

 

Rita Foley, the Associated Press.

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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears that Tropical Storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. The mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday.

 

 “Also I wanna emphasize, everyone on the west bank, this storm is different than Katrina, it is coming in a different path, and it would probably put more stress and strain on the levees on the west bank and therefore there’re significantly more risk.  So don’t feel comfortable because you’ve got through Katrina that you survived the big one then you’re invincible. That is not the case, this is a different storm.”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected it will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to flooding and landslides. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas.

 

“I hope that you recognize this, particularly those of you here during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really across the country, a change in fame  from a reactive organization to a proactive organization. But not just us, also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared states of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast. It could be as a Category-3 storm.

 

Rita Foley, the Associated Press.

 

 

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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears that Tropical Storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. The mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday.

 

 “Also I wanna emphasize, everyone on the west bank, this storm is different than Katrina, it is coming in a different path, and it would probably put more stress and strain on the levees on the west bank and therefore there’re significantly more risk.  So don’t feel comfortable because you’ve got through Katrina that you survived the big one then you’re invincible. That is not the case, this is a different storm.”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected it will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to flooding and landslides. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas.

 

“I hope that you recognize this, particularly those of you here during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really across the country, a change in FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) from a reactive organization to a proactive organization. But not just us, also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared states of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast. It could be as a Category-3 storm.

 

Rita Foley, the Associated Press.

 

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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears that Tropical Storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. The mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday.

 

 “Also I emphasize, everyone on the west bank, this storm is different than Katrina, it is coming in a different path, and it would probably put more stress and strain on the levees on the west bank and therefore there’re significantly more risk.  So don’t feel comfortable because you’ve got through Katrina that you survived  the big one and you’re invincible. That is not the case, this is a different storm. ”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected it will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to  flooding and landslides. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas.

 

“I hope that you recognize this, particularly those of you here during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really across the country, a change in fame  from a reactive organization to a proactive organization. But not just us,  also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared states  of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of  fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast, it could be as a Category-3 storm.

 

Rita Foley, the Associated Press.

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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears that Tropical Storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. The mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday. “Also I wanna emphasize, everyone on the west bank, this storm is different than Katrina, it is coming in a different path, and it would probably put more stress and strain on the levees on the west bank and therefore there’re significantly more risk. So don’t feel comfortable because you’ve got through Katrina that you survived the big one then you’re invincible. That is not the case, this is a different storm.” Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected it will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to flooding and landslides. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas. “I hope that you recognize this, particularly those of you here during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really across the country, a change in FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) from a reactive organization to a proactive organization. But not just us, also the state government and the local government. ” Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared states of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast. It could be as a Category-3 storm. [ 本帖最后由 皮皮蔡 于 2008-9-1 21:32 编辑 ]
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Three years ago today, hurricane Katrina slammed into the gulf shore, creating unprecedented damage. Now fears that Tropical Storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently an evacuation order is not in effect for New Orleans. But mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as Saturday.

 

 “Also I emphasize them, everyone on the west bank, this storm is different than Katrina, it is coming in a different path, and it will probably put more stress and strain on the levees on the west bank and therefore there’s significantly more risk and don't feel comfortable because you’ve got through Katrina that you survived  the big one and you’re invincible. That is not the case, this is a different storm. ”

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected it will be centered over western Cuba. Already it’s done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to  flooding and landslides. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas.

 

“I hope that you recognize, you know particularly those / you were here during Katrina, er…what’s happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er…What you’re seeing is a, is a culture change, er…not only here but really across this country, a changing FEMA from a reactive organization to a proactive organization. But not just us,  also the state government and the local government. ”

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared state of emergency. And oil prices have risen in recent days because of  fears of the storm. Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast, it could be as a Category-3 storm.

 

Rita Foley, the Associated Press.

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Three years ago today hurrican Katrina slammed in the gulf shore creating unpresedented damage. Now fears of tropical storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region. Currently the evacuation order is not in effect for New Orlands. The mayor R says one could be in place as early as Saturday. Also emphasize to everyone in the west bank, this storm is different than Katrina. It's coming in the different pattern and would probably put more stress and string on the levies on the west bank. And therefor the significantly more risk. I feel comfortable because you got through C that you survived the day when you were invincible. This is not the case. This is different storm. Right now the storm is leaving G at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. By Saturday it is expected will be settled over western Cuba. Already it's done extensive damage. More than 60 death in H and G Republic are blamed on the storm, mostly due to flooding and landslots. As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officials are gearing up. The national guard is ready in some areas. I hope that you recognize, particular those you were during Katrina. What's happening here and what didn't happen in Katrina. What you see is culture change not only here but really across this country. Changing f organization proactive organization but not just us also state government and local government. The governor in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas already declare states emergency. And oil prices have raising in recent days because fears of the storm. Forcastor say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast it could be as a catagory three storm. V Associated Press.
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Three years ago today hurricane Katrina slammed into the gulf shore creating unprecedented damage.

 

Now fears of tropical storm Gustav could be eyeing the same general region.

 

Currently an evacuation order is not ineffective in New Orleans.

 

But mayor Ray Nagin says one could be in place as early as saturday.

 

"Also I wanna emphasize to whom every one on the west bank, this storm is different than Katrina. It is coming in a different path, and it would probably put more stress and strain on the levees on the west bank. And therefore there's significantly more risk but only feel comfortable because you got through Katrina that you survived the big one. You are invincible. That is a not the case. This is a different storm.

 

Right now the storm is leaving Jamaica at 8 miles per hour. It has sustained winds of 65 miles per hour.

 

By saturday it is expected it will centered over western Cuba. Already it's done extensive damage. More than 60 deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are blamed on the storm. Mostly due to flooding and landslide.

 

As Gustav moves toward the US coast, federal officals are gearing up. The National Guard is ready in some areas.

 

"I hope that you recognize, in particularly those you were here during Katrina. Er, what's happening here and what, what did not happen during Katrina. Er what you seen is a, is a culture change, er not only here but really across the country. Changing FEMA from a reactive organization to a proactive organization. But not just us, also the state government and local government.

 

Governors in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have already declared state of emergency. And oil price have risen in recent days because of the fears of the storm.

 

Forecasters say when Gustav makes landfall along the US coast, it could be as a category-3 storm.

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