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Louisiana is recovering after at least three tornadoes ripped through the southern state.
Dozens of people were injured and around 10,000 homes left without electricity, but no fatalities were reported, according to Governor John Bel Edwards.
Mr Edwards said seven parishes were hit by the tornadoes on Tuesday but the worst damage was seen in the same ward that was heavily flooded during Hurricane Katrina.
Local media, quoting the National Weather Service, said that about 60 houses and structures in New Orleans East had received "varying degrees of damage".