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WATCH LIVE AT 10:30am: Barbour reflects on Mississippi's Katrina recovery

"It looked as if a nuclear weapon had gone off in the Sound off the Mississippi Gulf Coast," said former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour. "The hand of God had wiped away the coast for blocks and some places, for miles." (Photo source: WLBT) "It looked as if a nuclear weapon had gone off in the Sound off the Mississippi Gulf Coast," said former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour. "The hand of God had wiped away the coast for blocks and some places, for miles." (Photo source: WLBT)
As governor, Haley Barbour flew over the devastation the morning after Hurricane Katrina's landfall.  "All I could think of is, how many more bodies are we going to find under that debris?" admitted Barbour. (Photo source: WLBT) As governor, Haley Barbour flew over the devastation the morning after Hurricane Katrina's landfall. "All I could think of is, how many more bodies are we going to find under that debris?" admitted Barbour. (Photo source: WLBT)
Barbour wrote about lessons learned in his new book America's Greatest Storm. He's sharing some of those stories on a book tour. And some folks are getting the chance to share their stories with the former governor. (Photo source: WLBT) Barbour wrote about lessons learned in his new book America's Greatest Storm. He's sharing some of those stories on a book tour. And some folks are getting the chance to share their stories with the former governor. (Photo source: WLBT)
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

The man who helped lead Mississippi through its darkest days after Hurricane Katrina is still in awe of how Gulf Coast residents came together after the greatest natural disaster in American history. 

Former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour is in Biloxi this morning to begin taking part in a series of events commemorating the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. 

Beginning at 10:30am, WLOX News will live stream an event where Barbour will be reflecting on Katrina, and how far Mississippi's rebuilding efforts have come in the last decade. 

Watch live on WLOX.com, or through our free WLOX News app. Just touch on the "Watch Live" tab in the menu. 

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