August 29, 2005: Hurricane Katrina, a category four hurricane, hits land and storms across Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana, leaving in her wake a trail of devastation. Now, in this television special, the National Geographic Channel will take viewers on an in-depth examination of Katrina and uncover the decisions and circumstances that impacted countless Gulf of Mexico residents. Why were so many people left in the path of the storm and why was the response so delayed?
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