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Katrina
Hurricane of 2005 causing massive damage in and around the city of New Orleans, Louisiana
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Hurricanes(instance of)
Severe cyclones, or revolving storms, originating over the equatorial regions of the earth, accompanied by torrential rain, lightning, and winds with a speed greater than 74 miles per hour.
Storm surge(attribute)
Coastal high water level caused by wind from storms.
Louisiana(location)
state
Mississippi(location)
state

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