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Lou Blomberg and his mother rode out Hurricane Katrina in their home on The Point. As the water rose it washed the home from its foundation, and the two floated down the street while sheltering in the highest point of the home. They survived, eventually stopping in Michael Kovacevich's yard.
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALD Lou Blomberg and his mother rode out Hurricane Katrina in their home on The Point. As the water rose it washed the home from its foundation, and the two floated down the street while sheltering in the highest point of the home. They survived, eventually stopping in Michael Kovacevich's yard. SUN HERALD
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALD Lou Blomberg and his mother rode out Hurricane Katrina in their home on The Point. As the water rose it washed the home from its foundation, and the two floated down the street while sheltering in the highest point of the home. They survived, eventually stopping in Michael Kovacevich's yard. SUN HERALD

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