- The rescuers Hurricane Katrina's female heroes. Webber, Rebecca // Glamour;Dec2005, Vol. 103 Issue 12, p234
Reports on the contribution of female volunteers in rescuing the victims of Hurricane Katrina in the U.S. Relocation of the sick and injured to Charity and University Hospitals; Accomplishments of Coast Guard rescue swimmer Sara Faulkner in the rescue work; Role of the Louisiana Department of...
- One step forward, two steps back. Barlow, Rick Dana // Healthcare Purchasing News;Oct2005, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p4
Focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of rescue and recovery operations for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Commitment of the U.S. citizens to save lives and provide comfort to the disaster victims; Failure of the federal government to respond immediately to such a disaster; Lessons...
- After the Hurricanes. // Know Your World Extra;11/18/2005, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p8
Focuses on the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana according to rescue worker Deputy Fire Chief Wayne Globerger. Problems encountered during the rescue operation; Number of people saved by the team of Globerger.
- Hope in the Ruins. Kelly, Brian // U.S. News & World Report;9/26/2005, Vol. 139 Issue 11, p43
Focuses on hopeful signs in New Orleans as early as Sept. 4, 2005, after Hurricane Katrina. Pumping out of the flood water, which occurred at a quicker pace than expected; Return of electricity and running water in some parts of the city; Discovery of far fewer victims than the expected 10,000...
- 'ANYBODY THERE?' Atlas, Darla; Baker, K. C.; Bard, Adrienne; Bergal, Jenni; Caldwell, Cary; Casey, Kathryn; Dennis, Alicia; Haederle, Michael; Hanson, Jeff; Helling, Steve; Lang, Anne; Mandel, Susan; Minutaglio, Bill; Patoski, Joe Nick; Perra, John; Pienciak, Ryan; Richardson, Shannon; Scully, Sean; Truesdell, Jeff; Adato, Allison // People;9/19/2005, Vol. 64 Issue 12, Following p64
Focuses on the efforts of Eric Rotts to rescue people in need after Hurricane Katrina. Description of his rescue mission and the number of people he saved; His refusal to leave his home in New Orleans to join his family in Memphis, Tennessee.
- Hurricane Katrina forces all to not be invisible. Bartimus, Tad // Buffalo Law Journal;9/12/2005, Vol. 77 Issue 73, p1
The article comments on the efforts of the U.S. federal government to provide aid to all citizens in several states who are devastated by Hurricane Katrina. It criticizes the politicians and other appointees of President George W. Bush for their slow response to the New Orleans, Louisiana...
- A Rescuer's Tale, In His Own Words. Feig, Nancy // Community Banker;Oct2005, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p54
Relates the experience of a community banker in his involvement in a relief effort in Louisiana following Hurricane Katrina in September 2005. Number of people rescued by his team; Casualties caused by the hurricane; Information on evacuation centers that were set up for the victims of the...
- After the Hurricane. McCabe, Suzanne // Junior Scholastic;10/3/2005, Vol. 108 Issue 3, p4
Presents information on the victims of Hurricane Katrina that affected different parts of the U.S. in September 2005. INSETS: Eyewitness;Old World Charm.
- After Katrina. Brown, Bryan // Junior Scholastic;9/1/2008, Vol. 111 Issue 1, p8
The article discusses how the people of New Orleans, Louisiana, are struggling to rebuild their homes and businesses since Hurricane Katrina hit the U.S. Gulf Coast in late August 2005.