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September 8, 2005 3:00 AM

In parts of Biloxi, residents live in squalor as they wait for FEMA

As the Gulf Coast creeps back to life, some residents who remain in this citys ravaged eastern peninsula dwell in post-Katrina squalor, sleeping in molding, sludge-coated houses, digging holes for toilets and waiting for help. Many havent even contacted the Federal Emergency Management Agency, but even for those who have, relief may be far off.

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