The desperate voices on the phone told emergency dispatchers Hurricane Katrina was much worse than anyone imagined -- "We're drowning!" -- but until Desiree Hernandez stepped from the windowless bunker at a Biloxi fire station into the air outside...
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Kay Kell, city manager during Katrina in a city where 90 to 95 percent of structures flooded, recalls the city's biggest challenge: "There was nobody to give us direction and the citizens assumed we knew what to do."