Sun Herald from Biloxi, Mississippi on August 30, 2005 · 1
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Sun Herald from Biloxi, Mississippi · 1

Biloxi, Mississippi
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Tuesday, August 30, 2005
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VOL 121 NO 331 TUESDAY AUGUST 30 2005 wwwsunheraldcom At least 50 die in a storm as fearsome as Camille MARK WALLHE1SFR Reuters David Diaz looks over the area where he and his brother used to live in the Sadler Apartments on the waterfront in Biloxi A pile of rubble and empty foundations are all that’s apart fnTit and over 100 of the St Charles Condominiums Hurricane Katrina completely devistated Biloxi and much of the Gulf Coast of Mississippi and Lousisana By ANITA LEE DON HAMMACK JOSHUA NORMAN AND MARGARET BAKER Sun Herald BILOXI — Hurricane Katrina devastated South Mississippi on Monday with a force not seen since Camille 36 years ago sweeping aside multimillion-dollar casinos burying the beach highway and killing at least 50 people in Harrison County ���This' said Biloxi Mayor AJ Holloway “is our tsunami" At least 50 people are confirmed dead in Gulfport and Biloxi Katrina raged ashore in Mississippi at dawn and terrorized the Coast until winds subsided after 3 pm leaving massive damage in her wake Monday night communications were down and transportation systems demolished Katrina also crippled medical services Beleaguered emergency personnel awaited reinforcements from the federal government and other states to shore up assistance “We are still in the search-and-rescue mode” Holloway said It will be days before the costs of Katrina in lives and property are known Katrina’s tidal surge swept away bridges that had linked the three Coast counties See Tsunami Page 3 left of the 30 or more Need help reaching a loved one? To track relatives and loved ones leave a message at 1-866-453-1925 The Sun Herald will publish these message in the days to come The first installment of these messages appears on Page 2 To our readers Today’s Sun Herald is being delivered in the afternoon because of Hurricane Katrina A team of Sun Herald staffers traveled to Columbus Ga to assemble and print today's paper The papers were then transported back to South Mississippi The Sun Herald will resume a normal delivery schedule as quickly as it can THE EDITORS INSIDE Known damage so far Page 2 It could have all gone wrong Page 4 Katrina’s wrath Page 4-5 After the storm Page 7 j-arr-y-v 'Yw'm - 4c- t"u- i'v - ' Jv' 'Jl-gyoc C -n-'St -T-I I Aw- -i-v- ev "Y Follow the news at wwwsunheraldcom ' V' v'Kfw " : -1 I I

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