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The same storm system is moving eastward, bringing a risk of severe weather from the upper Ohio Valley south to the central Gulf Coast and east to the Mid-Atlantic and southeast coast.
The response to the subsequent flooding that resulted in New Orleans and much of the central Gulf Coast included the contributions of 293 Coast Guard, Navy, Marine Corps, and other helicopters.
Industries in the area are yet to fully recover - most notably forestry - while thousands of people have decided that enough is enough, packing their bags and leaving the central Gulf coast for other parts of the US.
9/17/2010 11:29:09 PM Hurricane Karl has crashed onto Mexico's central Gulf coast, killing at least two people in a mudslide, before weakening to a tropical storm.
Hurricane Karl takes toll in Mexico VERACRUZ, Mexico -- Hurricane Karl smashed into Mexico's Gulf Coast on Friday, creating havoc in the major port city of Veracruz and forcing the country to shut down its only nuclear power plant and its central Gulf Coast oil platforms.
Mexico, already reeling from major flooding this month that left 25 people dead and affected nearly one million more, posted hurricane warnings for the country's central Gulf coast.
including two separate strikes by Katrina as the storm crossed the Florida peninsula and then plowed into the central Gulf Coast.
Overall, our fiscal 2005 performance was solid, in spite of a variety of challenges including higher natural gas and electricity prices and disruptions in production and shipments directly caused by the hurricanes which battered the Central Gulf Coast Region," Jerry Pitts, Bayou Steel president and CEO, says.