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No Ordinary Heroes:: 8 Doctors, 30 Nurses, 7,000 Prisoners, and a Category 5 Hurricane
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No Ordinary Heroes:: 8 Doctors, 30 Nurses, 7,000 Prisoners, and a Category 5 Hurricane[Kindle Edition]

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Contributor(s) Diana G. Gallagher, Demaree Inglese
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"You Will Feel The Heat From This Gripping Tale From Ground Zero At Katrina." --Mehmet C. Oz, M.D.

On the night of August 27, 2005, Dr. Demaree Inglese was one of many New Orleans residents convinced that approaching Hurricane Katrina would pass with minimal impact. The next few days' events would prove how mistaken they all were, and Dr. Inglese, medical director of the New Orleans city jail, would lead his staff through a crisis of deadly proportions. . ..

"A Page-Turning True Story. . .Inglese Tells It Brilliantly." --Dennis M. Powers, author of Sentinel of the Seas

Massive flooding transformed the sprawling jail complex into an island in the crippled city. Without power or running water, and with food supplies dwindling, the medical team cared for thousands of inmates, staff, and neighborhood residents, while deputies struggled to maintain order. Rioting prisoners, burning buildings, SWAT team rescues, and medical emergencies all conspired to create a storm within a storm.

"Brings The Human Scale Of The Tragedy To Life." --Publishers Weekly

Vividly re-creating seven days that felt like an eternity to those who survived them, No Ordinary Heroes is a stark, revealing testament to the power of the human spirit in the most harrowing circumstances.

"There's No Putting This One Down." --John Gilstrap, author of Six Minutes to Freedom

With 16 Pages of Dramatic Photos
Updated with a New Epilogue

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Language English
Publication Date August 1, 2008
Publisher Citadel
Contributor(s) Diana G. Gallagher, Demaree Inglese
Binding Kindle Edition
Page Count 337
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  1.  A Must Read For Everyone To Experience Real Life Crisis 27 January, 2014 On Junglee.com
    No Ordinary Heroes: 8 Doctors, 30 Nurses, 7000 Prisoners, and a Category 5 Hurricane was released by Citadel and written by Diana G. Gallagher and Demaree Inglese during mid 2008. It is a kindle book with 337 pages but each page is a heartthrob. The story is based on a real life incident that happened in 2005, August. Demaree Inglese, who was medical head of the jail in New Orleans, was one of the residents of New Orleans and was about to face about to come Hurricane Katrina.

    Like everybody else, Inglese also took it quite lightly thinking that it would not be of high gravity and shall pass in a normal manner. But everyone was proved wrong in next few days.

    A must read for everyone...
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