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 Hurricane Katrinain 2005 destroyed the US 90 bridge from Pass Christian to Bay St. Louis as was Beach Boulevard in Bay St. Louis.
DAVID PURDY/SUN HERALD/FILE Hurricane Katrinain 2005 destroyed the US 90 bridge from Pass Christian to Bay St. Louis as was Beach Boulevard in Bay St. Louis. DAVID PURDY THE SUN HERALD
DAVID PURDY/SUN HERALD/FILE Hurricane Katrinain 2005 destroyed the US 90 bridge from Pass Christian to Bay St. Louis as was Beach Boulevard in Bay St. Louis. DAVID PURDY THE SUN HERALD

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