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A policewoman guards one of the many barriers south of Canal Street, erected to keep out the curious, as well as those seeking to return south to apartments abandoned earlier for possessions. This is a thankless job, as officers had been on duty 12 to 18 hours, and civilians trying to get through were angry, frustrated and afraid.


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