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Moving People out of Danger (B): Special Needs Evacuations from Gulf Coast Hurricanes Case Solution & Answer

In late summer 2005, Hurricane Katrina – the worst natural disaster in U.S. history – wreaked havoc along the Gulf Coast, causing huge loss of life and property damage. (A few weeks later, Hurricane Rita still inflict more suffering in much of the same area.) The evacuation of people with special needs (eg, institutionalized, those with medical conditions, people n not have access to cars, etc) in New Orleans was particularly problematic, not only in getting people in the city, but also in the follow-up were where, leaving their families know what happened to them, s’ care for them properly in the areas of reception and repatriation to their homes and families.
by
David Giles,
Arnold Howitt
26 pages.
May 19 2011: release date. Prod #: HKS700-PDF-ENG
Removing people from danger (B) with special needs evacuations of Gulf Coast Hurricane Case Solution

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