WORLD Hurricane Zeta leaves half mln without power in US Louisiana

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Hurricane Zeta leaves half mln without power in US Louisiana

Xinhua

07:38, October 30, 2020

A man walks past a fallen tree in New Orleans, Louisiana, the United States, on Oct. 29, 2020. Over half a million people were without power in the U.S. state of Louisiana after Category 2 Hurricane Zeta made landfall Wednesday afternoon along the Gulf Coast, authorities said Thursday. According to the National Hurricane Center, Zeta has downgraded to a tropical storm. At least three deaths have been blamed on the storm in Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia. (Photo by Lan Wei/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Oct. 29, 2020 shows a street blocked by fallen trees in New Orleans, Louisiana, the United States. Over half a million people were without power in the U.S. state of Louisiana after Category 2 Hurricane Zeta made landfall Wednesday afternoon along the Gulf Coast, authorities said Thursday. According to the National Hurricane Center, Zeta has downgraded to a tropical storm. At least three deaths have been blamed on the storm in Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia. (Photo by Lan Wei/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Oct. 29, 2020 shows damaged traffic lights in New Orleans, Louisiana, the United States. Over half a million people were without power in the U.S. state of Louisiana after Category 2 Hurricane Zeta made landfall Wednesday afternoon along the Gulf Coast, authorities said Thursday. According to the National Hurricane Center, Zeta has downgraded to a tropical storm. At least three deaths have been blamed on the storm in Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia. (Photo by Lan Wei/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Oct. 29, 2020 shows fences damaged by a fallen tree in New Orleans, Louisiana, the United States. Over half a million people were without power in the U.S. state of Louisiana after Category 2 Hurricane Zeta made landfall Wednesday afternoon along the Gulf Coast, authorities said Thursday. According to the National Hurricane Center, Zeta has downgraded to a tropical storm. At least three deaths have been blamed on the storm in Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia. (Photo by Lan Wei/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Oct. 29, 2020 shows a tilted utility pole in New Orleans, Louisiana, the United States. Over half a million people were without power in the U.S. state of Louisiana after Category 2 Hurricane Zeta made landfall Wednesday afternoon along the Gulf Coast, authorities said Thursday. According to the National Hurricane Center, Zeta has downgraded to a tropical storm. At least three deaths have been blamed on the storm in Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia. (Photo by Lan Wei/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Oct. 29, 2020 shows a closed lane due to fallen trees in New Orleans, Louisiana, the United States. Over half a million people were without power in the U.S. state of Louisiana after Category 2 Hurricane Zeta made landfall Wednesday afternoon along the Gulf Coast, authorities said Thursday. According to the National Hurricane Center, Zeta has downgraded to a tropical storm. At least three deaths have been blamed on the storm in Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia. (Photo by Lan Wei/Xinhua)

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