Workers and drones evaluating the harm done by two EF-2 tornadoes that struck the New Orleans region and killed one life.
Hundreds of homes, many of which were completely demolished, were also damaged, and many people suffered injuries.
The tornadoes were a part of a potent storm system that, as it travelled across the country, distributed 63 tornado warnings across the state.
The National Weather Service is still attempting to determine the precise number of tornadoes that actually touched down in Louisiana.
Two tornadoes that each started on the west bank before crossing the Mississippi River left communities in the New Orleans area still picking up the pieces.
The National Weather Service assessed the tornado as an EF-2 with maximum speeds of 120 mph, a maximum width of 75 yards, and a path length of 434 miles.
In the Killona neighbourhood on the west bank, some 45 homes were damaged, and nine more were impacted on the opposite bank.
At least 200 buildings in Gretna sustained damage, and 30 of them might need to be urgently demolished.
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