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      #54520 - Sat Sep 10 2005 12:50 PM

I used Google Maps to do a search on that address; given the proximity to the canal, things look a little better than initially thought. There appears to be some wind damage to the complex, maybe some water around that had receded, but nothing like in Orleans Parish. It's tough to tell because of the overhead satellite imagery, though. Try for yourself: maps.google.com, search for the address, then click on the red "Katrina" button in the upper right once it moves to that address.

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