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Photostream : Remembering the Fifth Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

Rain cascades over the names of victims lost to Hurricane Katrina at he Hurricane Katrina Memorial for St. Bernard Parish in Shell Beach, La. , one day before the fifth anniversary of the storm, which took over 1,000 lives and devastated the region, Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010. (Getty Images)

Parishioners listen to a memorial service for Hurricane Katrina inside the church at Our Lady of Prompt Succor on August 28, 2010 in Chalmette, Louisiana. The casket was sealed and ritually buried beneath the Katrina Memorial in St. Bernard Memorial Garden in remembrance of the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina making landfall on the Gulf Coast, August 29. (Getty Images)

Musicians including Branford Marsalis (C) lead a second line parade on the eve the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana August 28, 2010. (Getty Images)

Second line paraders (L to R) Michael Kilgor, Shirley Cochran and Shirley Hayes dance to a brass band led by Branford Marsalis (rear) on the eve the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana August 28, 2010. (GettyImages)

Second line paraders pass a yard filled with debris on the eve the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana August 28, 2010. (Getty Images)

A note of remembrance is seen after people place notes and items in a “Katrina casket ” during an Ecumenical funeral service for Hurricane Katrina at Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church in Chalmette, La. , one day before the fifth anniversary of the storm, which took over 1,000 lives and devastated the region, Saturday,Aug. 28, 2010.

Notes and items which were placed by community members are seen in a “Katrina casket ” during an Ecumenical funeral service for Hurricane Katrina at Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church in Chalmette, La. , one day before the fifth anniversary of the storm, which took over 1,000 lives and devastated the region, Saturday,Aug. 28, 2010. (Getty Images)

A woman puts a note into a casket, during a symbolic funeral of Hurricane Katrina, on the eve of the storm’s five year anniversary in Chalmette, Louisiana August 28, 2010. (Getty Images)

The Hurricane Katrina Memorial for St. Bernard Parish is seen in Shell Beach, La. , one day before the fifth anniversary of the storm, which took over 1,000 lives and devastated the region, Saturday,Aug. 28, 2010. (Getty Images)

Thomas Stone, chief of the St. Bernard Parish Fire Department, lays a fireman’s helmet with handwritten messages into a casket, during a symbolic funeral of Hurricane Katrina, on the eve of the storm’s five year anniversary in Chalmette, Louisiana August 28, 2010. (Getty Images)

Police and firemen acting as pallbearers place a casket filled with written notes and memories of Hurricane Katrina inside the church at Our Lady of Prompt Succor on August 28, 2010 in Chalmette, Louisiana. The casket was sealed and ritually buried beneath the Katrina Memorial in St. Bernard Memorial Garden in remembrance of the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina making landfall on the Gulf Coast, August 29. (Getty Images)

A damaged Lower Ninth Ward church has yet to be repaired August 28, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina is August 29. (Getty Images)

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(File) New Orleans areas flooded after Hurricane Katrina with oily water ( 2005)

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(File) Aerial views of damage caused from Hurricane Katrina the after the hurricane hit August 30, 2005

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