JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD/FILE 
 Nancy Madden of Gulfport stands on top of her car Sept. 2, 2005, to get a better cell signal as she and her mother, Nora Clay, try to reach family members and insurance companies following Hurricane Katrina.
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD/FILE Nancy Madden of Gulfport stands on top of her car Sept. 2, 2005, to get a better cell signal as she and her mother, Nora Clay, try to reach family members and insurance companies following Hurricane Katrina. JOHN FITZHUGH SUN HERALD
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD/FILE Nancy Madden of Gulfport stands on top of her car Sept. 2, 2005, to get a better cell signal as she and her mother, Nora Clay, try to reach family members and insurance companies following Hurricane Katrina. JOHN FITZHUGH SUN HERALD

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