10 September 2005 - New York City, NY - A poster alerting New-Yorkers to hurricane preparedness stand in a bus shelter in the Lower East Side of Manhattan in New York, USA, 10 September 2005. The campaign, which was planned by the Office of Emergency Management long before Katrina hit southern states, went up across town during the first days of September. The zones at highest risk include lower Manhattan, Brooklyn's Coney Island, the Rockaways in Queens and the perimeter of Staten Island. Hurricane season in New York is from August to October, when waters along the East Coast are warmer. The city's worst hit, in 1938, caused more than 600 deaths. Photo Credit: David Brabyn.

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10 September 2005 - New York City, NY - A poster alerting New-Yorkers to hurricane preparedness stand in a bus shelter in the Lower East Side of Manhattan in New York, USA, 10 September 2005. The campaign, which was planned by the Office of Emergency Management long before Katrina hit southern states, went up across town during the first days of September. The zones at highest risk include lower Manhattan, Brooklyn's Coney Island, the Rockaways in Queens and the perimeter of Staten Island....
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Date 10 Sep 2005
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