A broken television set sits in front of a destroyed apartment complex in Chalmette, Louisiana, Monday, May 31, 2010. Almost five years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the area, more difficulties could lie ahead for the commuity with the recent BP oil spill. (Steve Johnson/Miami Herald/MCT)
A broken television set sits in front of a destroyed apartment complex in Chalmette, Louisiana, Monday, May 31, 2010. Almost five years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the area, more difficulties could lie ahead for the commuity with the recent BP oil spill. (Steve Johnson/Miami Herald/MCT) Steve Johnson / Miami Herald / MCT
A broken television set sits in front of a destroyed apartment complex in Chalmette, Louisiana, Monday, May 31, 2010. Almost five years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the area, more difficulties could lie ahead for the commuity with the recent BP oil spill. (Steve Johnson/Miami Herald/MCT) Steve Johnson / Miami Herald / MCT

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