News

Killer storm Gustav lashes US coast

Related News about Killer storm Gustav lashes US coast

Sort by: Relevance : Date

Two million people evacuated – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 1 September, 2008)
+ related stories

Killer storm Gustav lashes US coast
Killer storm Gustav lashes US coast

ONE of the biggest evacuations in American history was almostcomplete last night as the people of Louisiana fled their homeshours before Hurricane Gustav was expected to strike the coast westof New Orleans. (Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September, 2008)
+ related stories

Hurricane Gustav claims three lives even before making landfall onthe US Gulf Coast as hospital patients moved. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 1 September, 2008)
+ related stories

Hurricane Gustav may have claimed three lives before crossing theUS Gulf Coast, says Louisiana Governorl. Meanwhile, New Orleans isa ‘ghost town’. (Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September, 2008)
+ related stories

Hurrican Gustav weakens to category one, as levees remain in tact. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 2 September, 2008)
+ related stories

People from Texas to Alabama left ahead of Hurricane Gustav, fearing a storm that could rival Hurricane Katrina in its destructive power. (New York Times — 1 September, 2008)
+ related stories

The mayor of New Orleans, who referred to Hurricane Gustav as the storm of the century, said that 14,000 to 15,000 residents had already evacuated. (New York Times — 1 September, 2008)
+ related stories

As Hurricane Gustav threatens the Gulf Coast, President Bush is out to show the nation that his government has learned the haunting lessons of Katrina and is ready to act. That includes a rapid response by Bush himself, who will be planted near the danger zone even before the storm hits home. (MSNBC — 1 September, 2008)
+ related stories

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff will arrive in Louisiana today to meet with local officials preparing for the possible arrival of Tropical Storm Gustav, part of an intensifying federal effort to avoid the mistakes made three years ago when Hurricane Katrina devastated the state.

(Washington Post — 29 August, 2008)
+ related stories

Page1

Similar Posts