Why was Hurricane Katrina so bad?   

Jack Penn
@Jack.Penn · Posted 06 Sep. 2021

Richard Blake
@Richard.Blake · Posted 06 Sep. 2021

Hurricane Katrina is a category 5 storm. We all know how big and destructive the category 5 storms are in general. In late August 2005, this was the time when Hurricane Katrina destroyed everything. Now come to the effect of this destructive storm it must say that Hurricane Katrina's winds speed is 175 mph (280 km/h) and sometimes it acts as a huge. New Orleans is the place where the landfall of Hurricane Katrina occurred. The origin of  Hurricane Katrina was from the Atlantic so we can say it Atlantic Hurricane. This storm was the reason for more than 1,800 deaths and damages of $125 billion. Hurricane Katrina damaged many properties including numerous lives. Here are some areas affected badly due to this Hurricane Katrina, listed below:

1.      Houses

2.      Gardens

3.      Children parks

4.      Cars

5.      Buildings, etc.

The hurricane also destroyed some other important sectors in New Orleans. This storm created a permanent impact on the earth by the way it destroys everything. These damages and so many unpredictable life losses that  occurred due to this Hurricane Katrina can not be possible overlook by us. Still, it must be remembered that the US has enough capability to overcome this onerous situation. This Hurricane Katrina had shown us how small we are in front of the earth. But after this unpredictable situation, people are more conscious and prepared to face new storms like Hurricane Katrina.

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