Remember Those that are Really Important; the Missing children of Katrina


Michelle Malkin has an update from her original posting, LOST CHILDREN OF KATRINA: UPDATE. Some of the children have been reunited with their parents as the LA Times has reported.

So far, parents displaced by flooding have reported 220 children missing, but that number is expected to rise, said Mike Kenner of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which will help reunite families. With crowds churning at evacuation points, many children were parted from their parents accidentally; one woman handed her baby up onto a bus, turned around to pick up her suitcase and turned back to find that the bus had left.

Michelle’s post has some encouraging and wonderful stories of children that have been reunited and other links to still help find the many others that still need our help.

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