Young Katrina Victim Captured in Iconic Image Now Settled in Houston

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Dangerfield said she'd rather be in New Orleans, her home. "I lost everything so I'm here now. ... Well, this is where maybe the Lord wanted me to be so I feel like I might could stay."

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Until last year, when LaGarde died of cancer, the three lived under the same roof in Houston.

"It hurts sometimes. She's only been gone a year," Dangerfield said. "Katrina anniversary coming up and she's on my mind. I get depressed sometimes."

The Associated Press contributed to this article.

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