It is no lie that the damage left by Katrina is unimagineable to some and life-threatening to others. This hurricane was said to have been worse than the 69 hurricane Camille. Many Gulf Coast residents have evacutaed, died, or been rescued and sent to other places. Some people have no clue where they are going, what will happen, where their loved ones are, or even if they are okay. These people lost all in the hurricane and even though help is on the way...many people are losing hope that they will see their once loving home again. MIssissippi's casinos have been destroyed and the once beautiful land has been destroyed, New Orleans is under water and Alabama...along with most of the rest is being bombarded with curfews. Gas is on the rise as many people fear bankruptcy worse. Many people have died from Katrina and many more will die now due to the intense filth of the waters in New Orleans and lack of everything. On most of the Gulf Coast people are withouit water, phone, electricity, etc. Peolpe are looking for loved ones in chaos with only hope to guide them. It is said the "healing process" for the Gulf Coast can take anywhere from weeks to even years in some places. The federal government is doing everything it can to help support the coast. Fema is constantly processing information and there are support groups underway. However, even though everything possible is taking place, many people will die, get sick or face unpredictable pain before anything real positive can happen. US citizens are being begged to help The Gulf Coast on television and at web-sites such as www.redcross.org, http://www. fema.gov, etc.