Environmental Effects of Hurricane Katrina

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In addition, plants in the area that refined chemicals and produced other materials hazardous to the environment were destroyed and their contents were released into the water. One nurse working for the Red Cross was quoted as saying, "We observed in our tour of hard-hit areas that as the floodwater has receded, and the toxin-laced sediment and residue has dried, dust begins to swirl with wind or disturbance...
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This fine, toxic dust presents a serious risk to citizens if inhaled." This toxic dust which is now covering the city and surrounding areas can potentially pose severe risks to human and animal health, as well as damage the soil. In a report published on October 6, 2005 the Natural Resources Defense Council announced their findings that upwards of 10 million gallons of oil were released into the environment from destroyed petroleum plants and damaged automobiles...
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