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While some areas of downtown New Orleans remain above water, one only has to look no more than two blocks over to see flood waters. The French quarters and other more notiable areas in the city remained surprisingly intact with only minor roof and tree damage. Sadly, the poorest and most populated regions in the city was also the most heavily flooded and suffered the most casualties.

This photo was taken three blocks East of Canal Street.

The man pictured here claims to be the owner of a store in which he was removing items from.

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