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Sun September 11, 2005
Listen to Alabama Life from 9-11-2005
It has been four years since the largest terrorist attack on US soil. Now the Gulf Coast has experienced possibly the worst natural disaster in US history. Lawmakers wonder why 9-11 didn't better prepare emergency management for dealing with Hurricane Katrina. People in downtown Tuscaloosa talk about the recovery New York made and ways the Gulf Coast might do the same. Plus, we have a story about the Navy's Blue Angels and the service men and women on the ground who help keep pilots in the air.
[LISTEN - 7:29]
On Capitol Hill, lawmakers wonder why 9-11 didn't better prepare emergency management for dealing with Hurricane Katrina.
[LISTEN - 6:27]
Brett Tannehill listens to people in downtown Tuscaloosa as they talk about the recovery New York made and ways the Gulf Coast might do the same.
[LISTEN - 5:55]
The US Navy Blue Angels stay in the air because of support from service men and women on the ground, such as these two from Alabama.
Alabama Life is a production of Alabama Public Radio - www.APR.org