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Rene' Shaw sits at her dining room table while looking through photographs of her Pascagoula home. The stack included photos of the house before Hurricane Katrina in 2005, as well as many of the renovation process. Shaw and her family stayed in the home during the storm, which flooded the first floor with 6 feet of water.
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALD Rene' Shaw sits at her dining room table while looking through photographs of her Pascagoula home. The stack included photos of the house before Hurricane Katrina in 2005, as well as many of the renovation process. Shaw and her family stayed in the home during the storm, which flooded the first floor with 6 feet of water. SUN HERALD
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALD Rene' Shaw sits at her dining room table while looking through photographs of her Pascagoula home. The stack included photos of the house before Hurricane Katrina in 2005, as well as many of the renovation process. Shaw and her family stayed in the home during the storm, which flooded the first floor with 6 feet of water. SUN HERALD

Pascagoula family's Katrina story: 6 feet of water, 6 inches of mud and years of recovery

August 27, 2014 04:01 PM

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