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Tornado rekindles Katrina-like
fears in New Orleans neighborhoods

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Jackie James, project manager for the Arkansas Baptist Builders, and his wife Linda speak with a New Orleans victim of Hurricane Katrina who sustained more sorrows from a tornado during the early morning hours of Feb. 13.Photo by Marilyn Stewart
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--Terror struck New Orleans Feb. 13 as an early morning tornado touched down in neighborhoods still recovering from Hurricane Katrina’s onslaught in August 2005.
      The tornado, which apparently skipped across both sides of the Mississippi River, stuck dangerously close to Westwego and Gentilly Baptist churches and just a few blocks from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.