Tue, Aug 30, 2005
Sadly, Northern Gulf Coast Damage Will Be Far Worse...
The web and TV is full of horrific images at the moment,
though the true import of the most recent hurricane is yet to
For Florida aviators, though, the full import of the damage is
becoming known... and reported to their respective insurers. ANN
Reader Larry Ploucha chronicled some of the South Florida
destruction and was kind enough to share the evidence with us
(Thanks also to Jim Potter for letting us know about the pix).
Taken at Kendall-Tamiami, these photos are but a small sample of
what Katrina left at Florida airports. We can only guess what other
damage lies down South... or worse, to our Northwest.
If anyone in the ANN community has been adversely affected by
this tragedy and needs help that we, or our readership, might be
able to render, send us a note with your requirements and we'll
share the data with the ANN community in the hopes that we can
match up those in need with those who can offer aid.
Dear God, what a mess. We shudder to think of what
we'll seeing from the Gulf Coast in the next few days. Good luck
to all those affected...
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