Millions of people were left without power after Hurricane Ida swept the nation, causing catastrophic damage. Now, more than 12 million people are facing new flood threats in areas already devastated by the remnants of the storm.
By Mike Catalini, Wayne Perry and Michael R. Sisak
Police went door to door in search of more possible victims and drew up lists of the missing as the death toll rose to 49 on Friday in the catastrophic flooding set off across the Northeast by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. The disaster underscored with heartbreaking clarity how vulnerable the U.S. is to the extreme weather that climate change is bringing.
By Bobby Caina Calvan, David Porter and Jennifer Peltz
A stunned U.S. East Coast faced a rising death toll, surging rivers, tornado damage and continuing calls for rescue Thursday after the remnants of Hurricane Ida walloped the region with record-breaking rain, drowning more than 40 people in their homes and cars.
By Marlene Lenthang and Ivan Pereira
New Orleans institutes curfew as power outages remain after Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana as a Category 4 storm.
Team SC is on the ground in Louisiana, helping with relief efforts after Hurricane Ida. More than a million residents there are still without power, and the death toll from the storm is rising. Now a tropical depression, the danger is not over for those in the storm’s path.
Disaster workers from South Carolina are on the Gulf Coast helping with Hurricane Ida relief.
More than one million people are without power and at least one person is dead after Hurricane Ida slammed into Louisiana.