Hurricane Ida wreaks havoc in the United States

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In New Orleans, Louisiana, flooding from hurricanes and high winds damaged power lines.

As thousands of workers work to fix power lines, authorities said they are working to provide free food to residents affected by power and water cuts, food and gas problems. , as well as the sweltering heat.

KASIRGA CAUSES MASSIVE DESTRUCTION IN THE CITY OF GRAND ISLE

New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell declared a nighttime curfew to prevent possible crime as the hurricane damaged power grids and the city was plunged into darkness.

Meanwhile, Hurricane Ida, which hit the state of Louisiana with Category 4 winds on Sunday, caused massive destruction in the town of Grand Isle in Louisiana.

Half of the city’s 1,400 structures have been severely damaged or destroyed.

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The town’s main road was almost completely blocked by the sand brought in by the tidal waves yesterday, while the utility poles were also badly damaged.

TENNESSE MUSIC AND ART FESTIVAL CANCELED

In the state of Tennessee, the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Nashville was canceled due to heavy rains following Hurricane Ida.

Organizers said it was not safe for driving or camping as the festival grounds were filled with water.

The annual festival, which is set to begin on September 2 this year, was scheduled to kick off at a former farm site in Manchester, about an hour southeast of Nashville.

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