Victims of Hurricane Katrina have been reuniting with their families after enduring a variety of ordeals and lack of communication with loved ones.
In Paducah Kentucky, a woman now has a double-dose of love and relief.
Two men managed to survive, living for more than two weeks inside their flooded New Orleans home.
After three days, they were able to make beds above the water level and slept and lived on them for 15 days.
After eight days, the coast guard spotted them.
The next day, the three were bused to the convention center and then they began to make their way north to a joyful family reunion.
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