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Two men come out with their hands up as a officer keeps his weapon on them at the Fisher Housing Development in New Orleans where local, state and federal law enforcement officials conducted a operation in search of snipers on Wednesday. Workers restoring service in the area had reported hearing sniper fire. One arrest was made. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
Shawn Silvera, 32, died Tuesday evening when he was hit by a man who was fleeing police on Interstate 35W, south of Forest Lake, Minn. Silvera, was placing tire-deflation devices on southbound Interstate 35W to stop the suspect. (AP Photo/Lino Lakes Police Department via KARE 11 TV)
Phoenix Officer Dawn Silbert, right, directs Brad Anderson, left, to a donation center for Hurricane Katrina evacuees, near the Salvation Army headquarters, Tuesday in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Paul Connors)
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Officers patrol the flood waters in New Orleans Monday. Water is still high in the area and some rescuers have decided not to bring food and water to those who are determined to stay behind in the hopes that will induce them to leave. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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A helicopter picks up sandbags to fill a broken section of a levee that broke allowing floodwaters from Hurricane Katrina to fill the streets in New Orleans Thursday. (AP Photo David J. Phillip) ...
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