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Hurricane Isaac made landfall on Aug. 29—the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina—as a Category 1 hurricane. Despite the seemingly low intensity of the storm, it was a slow mover, dumping as much as 25 inches of rain in some areas.

The heavy rain caused flood waters to rise, destroying many homes throughout Louisiana. Louisiana’s Public Service Commission said more than 443,000 customers remained without electricity around Louisiana on Saturday morning, days after Hurricane Isaac crept across the state. The full scope of the damage Hurricane Isaac left behind in Louisiana isn’t yet known as people are finally getting back into the hardest-hit areas to clean up and take a look at what they’ve lost. Insurers are in the area as claims roll in, with early loss estimates nearing $2 billion.

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