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FEMA trailers aren’t coming in fast enough

By December 17, 2005katrina

This photo was taken by a nice woman who is a retired medical examiner. She came to New Orleans right after Katrina and did volunteer work. I discovered her photos because she and I both use Flickr to manage our photos. When she ‘subscribed’ to my photo set I was notified. As a result of that notification I went and checked out her photos; and I found that the ones from her visit to New Orleans are amazing.

I am able to post this from my Flickr account, which is only interesting (and marginally comprehensible) if you are a blogger AND if you’ve seen the ‘blog this’ feature in Flickr.


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7 Comments

  • buddy says:

    i want one of these fema trailers. i’m a first time home owner. need cheap home to start out.

  • donna says:

    I ALSO HAVE A TRAVEL TRAILER FOR SALE I WILL DELIVER WE WERE FORCED TO BUY WE ARE ABOUT TO LOSE OUR HOUSE DUE TO NATIONWIDE INSURANCE IN-ABILITY TO PAY ATTENTION AND COVER OUR CLAIM WE PAY OUR POLICY THERE INEPT AND THIEVES WILL FEMA BUY THIS TRAILER??

  • marie bowers says:

    i have three kids a single mother from buras and still waiting for fema trailer

  • jackie says:

    I have a travel trailer that I will sell to someone for 15,000. and I will have it delivered to New Orlans. If FEMA will pay for this trailer we will get it to who ever needs it. Thanks and God Bliss you. Jackie Moore e-mail address jackiemoore38829@yahoo.com

  • BRIANKISHA BRANDON says:

    I LIVED IN NEW ORLEANS EAST AND MY HOUSE WAS DESTROYED DUE TO HURRICANE KATRINA I’M STILL WAITING ON A FEMA TRAILER AND CANT FIND A APARTMENT THAT’S AFFORDABLE SOMEONE PLEASE HELP.

  • nikki says:

    i would like to see some of the inside of the femw trailers just to heave an idea of how much room there is inside of them.

  • joseph troy lafrance says:

    thank you president bush,i served in the u.s. army for you. my house is destroyed,3 monthes have past and me and my wife are still waiting for a fema trailor.i do promise one thing,to any one that reads this,i will never wear my uniform with pride again. merry christmas,the homeless soldier.

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