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"She and her aunt, Pam White, had saved for one year for the US trip that also was to take them to Hawaii. They flew in on Saturday, unaware that the massive storm was also headed for New Orleans. By the time they got to the city known as 'The Big Easy,' it was too late to get out." ...
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