The Heat: Katrina anniversary

The Heat

The Heat: Katrina anniversary

It was a massive hurricane with 127 mile-per-hour winds. Over 1,800 people were left dead with more than one million people displaced. 80% of New Orleans was under water. And damages were estimated at 108 billion dollars.

Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina ripped through large parts of America’s Gulf Coast. Its scale was devastating. The city of New Orleans suffered enormous damage and loss of life from flooding after levees that were holding massive amounts of water gave way. Families there are still trying to recover. We begin with one such story and this report from CCTV’s Owen Fairclough.

The Heat: Katrina anniversary

The Heat: Katrina anniversary

It was a massive hurricane with 127 mile-per-hour winds. Over 1,800 people were left dead with more than one million people displaced. 80% of New Orleans was under water. And damages were estimated at 108 billion dollars. Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina ripped through large parts of America’s Gulf Coast. Its scale was devastating. The city of New Orleans suffered enormous damage and loss of life from flooding after levees that were holding massive amounts of water gave way. Families there are still trying to recover. We begin with one such story and this report from CCTV’s Owen Fairclough.

To discuss the hurricane that devastated New Orleans and parts of America’s Gulf coast 10 years ago. The Heat was joined by the following guests:

The Heat: Katrina anniversary- Pt 1

The Heat: Katrina anniversary- Pt 1

It was a massive hurricane with 127 mile-per-hour winds. Over 1,800 people were left dead with more than one million people displaced. 80% of New Orleans was under water. And damages were estimated at 108 billion dollars. To discuss the hurricane that devastated New Orleans and parts of America’s Gulf coast 10 years ago. The Heat spoke to Reverend Raymond Brown, Jeanne Meserve, Gary Rivlin and Richard Fowler.


The Heat: Katrina anniversary- Pt 2

The Heat: Katrina anniversary- Pt 2

It was a massive hurricane with 127 mile-per-hour winds. Over 1,800 people were left dead with more than one million people displaced. 80% of New Orleans was under water. And damages were estimated at 108 billion dollars. To discuss the hurricane that devastated New Orleans and parts of America’s Gulf coast 10 years ago. The Heat spoke to Reverend Raymond Brown, Jeanne Meserve, Gary Rivlin and Richard Fowler.