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Brad Pitt podría enfrentar una demanda por construcción de casas en Nueva Orleans

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30 de Agosto 2018
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Los residentes han reportado enfermedades y dolores de cabeza, además de problemas de infraestructura.

Un abogado planea demandar a la fundación de Brad Pitt por el deterioro de casas construidas en un área de Nueva Orleans que estuvo entre las más afectadas por el huracán Katrina.

Ron Austin dijo al canal WWL-TV que presentaría la demanda en nombre de algunos residentes del Lower Ninth Ward contra la fundación Make It Right del astro de Hollywood. Dice que los residentes han reportado enfermedades y dolores de cabeza, además de problemas de infraestructura.

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New Orleans, La., pictured on August 30, 2005. [📷: AP] Thirteen years have passed since Hurricane Katrina made landfall on the Gulf Coast. The storm left roughly 80% of New Orleans underwater, but in the first few hours after Katrina hit, many people believed that NOLA had dodged a bullet – including the Louisiana National Guard. “I spoke to an airman [over the phone] … he told me that it had rained very little and there was just — except for just a few puddles of water in the parking lot, there just was no water,” the guard’s commander, Maj. Gen. Bennett Landreneau, recalled in an interview with FRONTLINE for our ’05 film, “The Storm.” . Then, the airman hesitated a minute, and asked Landreneau to hold. . “He came right back and he said, ‘I don’t know why, but there’s probably a foot of water on Claiborne Street,” Landreneau said. “Very shortly, he said, ‘Cars are beginning to float out of the parking lot. There’s a river of water moving into this area.'” . Get a closer look at the disaster, its lingering aftermath and the lessons learned in three films from the FRONTLINE archive – all available to watch online (link in profile). . #HurricaneKatrina #Katrina #NewOrleans #NOLA #NaturalDisaster #frontlinePBS #PBS #documentary #documentaries #investigativejournalism

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Según Austin, Make It Right “hizo muchas promesas de regresar y arreglar las casas que inicialmente le vendió a estas personas y no lo han hecho”. El reporte no indicó cuántos residentes se unirían a la querella.

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#Repost @carmenblackwellfox10 @get_reposter My heart 💔 weighs heavy this morning as more images flood in. The continuing disaster of Hurricane Harvey still lingering into today-- which marks 12th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. I look at the pain and grief stricken faces of these Texas residents and can't help but to think of my own family. 12 years ago I watched my family and my hometown of New Orleans lose everything. Not comparing one historical disaster to another, but there's one thing I've noticed about the incredible people of both states-- we never lose faith. ✝️ Stay strong Texas. Our prayers are with all of you! 💞Let's not forget to help those that have helped us when we were in need. If you'd like to help, go to my twitter page (@CarmenMB_News) for ways you can donate. #hurricaneharvey #hurricanekatrina #prayersfortexas #NewOrleansNative

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Make It Right construyó más de 100 casas “verdes” en el 2008. La fundación no respondió a una solicitud de declaraciones de la estación.

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