Photos: Ida's aftermath in Baton Rouge and surrounding areas
After Hurricane Ida swept through south Louisiana overnight Sunday (August 29), residents were left to survey the aftermath.
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The latest updates on Tropical Storm Ida are available here.
Here is some #HurricaneIda aftermath at Tiger Stadium.— Dana DiPiazza (@danawbrz) August 30, 2021
Lots of branches and limbs on the roads and sidewalks.
Some of the fence around the stadium is damaged and we as we’re out here this morning, things are still blowing around and falling from trees.#IDA #BatonRouge @WBRZ pic.twitter.com/3gz9Psxf14
Laplace got some of the worst of #HurricaneIda— William Joy (@WilliamJoy) August 30, 2021
Serious wind damage in neighborhoods and flood waters here were several feet higher than they are now.
Spoke with a family that carried an elderly relative to their top floor and another that stayed on table tops
(@wfaa @wwltv) pic.twitter.com/dSGRwkY0Cu
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