New Orleans cyclone leaves one dead, thousands without power

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A cyclone tore through pieces of New Orleans and its rural areas Tuesday night, flipping vehicles and ripping rooftops off homes and killing somewhere around one individual in a district that was pounded by Hurricane Katrina 17 years prior.

Portions of St. Bernard Parish, which borders New Orleans toward the southeast, seemed to take the brunt of the climate’s rage, and that is the place where the casualty happened. St. Bernard Parish authorities gave no subtleties on how the individual kicked the bucket; they said various others were harmed.

Salvage laborers were looking through the rural ward for additional individuals needing help, as indicated by Sheriff Jimmy Pohlmann. St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis said the twister caused far and wide harm all through the area.

The harm comes after other cyclones brought forth by a similar tempest framework hit pieces of Texas and Oklahoma, killing one individual Monday and causing numerous wounds and boundless harm.

In New Orleans, video taken by a nearby TV channel Tuesday showed an enormous dark pipe apparent in the obscured sky approaching among the structures in the eastern area of the city.

The cyclone seemed to begin in a New Orleans suburb and afterward get east across the Mississippi River into the Lower ninth Ward of New Orleans and portions of St. Bernard Parish – the two of which were severely harmed by Katrina – prior to moving upper east.