Shijal ChudasamaDecember 15, 2022

Louisiana is devastated by vengeful storms.

Louisiana is devastated by vengeful storms.

From north to south, punishing tornadoes tore through the US state of Louisiana, killing at least three people and seriously damaging a number of structures, including homes.

After murdering a mother and kid in the state's northwest the previous day, the storms plowed eastward on Wednesday. The system generated two tornadoes, one of which reportedly killed a woman on Wednesday in southeast Louisiana's St Charles Parish and another of which devastated portions of New Orleans and the neighboring parishes of Jefferson and St. Bernard, including regions that suffered significant damage from a tornado in March.

Five individuals were only mildly hurt when a tornado hit New Iberia, Louisiana, breaking windows in a multistory structure at Iberia Medical Center. The threat of tornadoes decreased in Mississippi as night fell, but it persisted in some Florida and Alabama counties.

Collin Arnold, the emergency director for New Orleans, claimed that many homes and businesses on the west bank of the Mississippi River had considerable wind damage. One house fell apart. He added, "The last report we heard is that they were stable." Four people had been hurt there.

Nearby reports of similar damage were made.

Sheriff Jimmy Pohlman stated that the newest tornado damage in St Bernard Parish, where the March storm wrought destruction, encompassed an approximately 3.2km (2-mile) stretch. Although several roofs were blown off or damaged, Parish President Guy McInnis claimed the damage was less than in the March storm.

Authorities in St Charles Parish, west of New Orleans, said that a lady was discovered dead there after a suspected tornado damaged residences in the Mississippi River village of Killona on Wednesday. According to reports, eight individuals were injured and rushed to hospitals.

Authorities in northern Louisiana, about 450 kilometers (280 miles) away, took hours to locate the bodies of a mother and child who went missing after a tornado destroyed their mobile home on Tuesday near Keithville, south of Shreveport.

Punishing storms devastate Louisiana
The destruction in Killona, some 38km (30 miles) west of New Orleans.
Punishing storms devastate Louisiana
Debris is piled up following severe weather, in Keithville, Louisiana. The Caddo Parish coroner's office said the body of eight-year-old Nikolus Little was found late on Tuesday in some woods and the body of his mother, Yoshiko A Smith, 30, under storm debris early on Wednesday. Caddo Parish Sheriff's Sergeant. Casey Jones said the boy's father had gone for groceries before the storm. "He just went to go shopping for his family, came home and the house was gone," said Jones.
Punishing storms devastate Louisiana
This mobile home community in Ruleville, Mississippi, was flooded by torrential rains that accompanied destructive storms in parts of the US.
Punishing storms devastate Louisiana
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch from Wednesday night through Friday afternoon, depending on the timing of the storm. Residents from West Virginia to Vermont were told to watch for a possible significant mix of snow, ice and sleet.
Punishing storms devastate Louisiana
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