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Much of the temporary housing in Mississippi sits in flood-prone areas.
KILN, Miss. - On a satellite snapshot of this tiny town is a cluster of red dots that looks ominous to scientists like Joe Swaykos.
The dots represent 132 trailers set up by the Federal Emergency Management Agency for people whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. The trailers are crammed into a one-square-mile neighborhood, and most of them are along the banks of the Jourdan River.
Those homes and the people living in them could be in real danger if another hurricane strikes the Gulf Coast, said Swaykos, director of the University of Southern Mississippiâ€™s Center of Higher Learning, situated at NASAâ€™s Stennis Space Center.
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