(Worthy News) – As officials survey the wreckage left behind from Hurricane Ida, storm surge, flash flooding, and tornadoes remain a real threat for Northeastern states.
Life-saving efforts are the first priority after 150 mph winds battered the Louisiana Coast. Before it was downgraded to a tropical storm, the hurricane knocked out power to millions and even reversed the flow of the Mississippi River.
The storm-ravaged homes and flooded streets. Overnight, the entire city of New Orleans lost power. The governor told President Biden Thursday that power was out to almost two million Louisiana customers. [ Source: CBN News (Read More…) ]
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