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Dramatic Photos Show The Damage Caused By Hurricane Laura

Dramatic Photos Show The Damage Caused By Hurricane Laura

The storm, which made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane, was the most intense to hit Louisiana in more than 150 years.

This aerial view shows damage to a neighborhood hit by Hurricane Laura outside of Lake Charles, Louisiana, on Aug. 27, 2020.



Dustin Amos walks near debris at a gas station in Lake Charles.



Latasha Myles and Howard Anderson stand in their living room where they were sitting when the roof blew off around 2:30 a.m. as Hurricane Laura passed through the area on Aug. 27, 2020, in Lake Charles.



An auto parts store employee surveys the storm damage to the facility on Aug. 27, in Lake Charles.



People survey the damage to their neighborhood in Lake Charles.



Maria Ramirez and her son Jose Avila stand in front of their home and survey storm damage after a portion of a large tree on their front lawn was blown down onto their house in Orange, Texas.



A person holds a photograph taken from a damaged home after Hurricane Laura made landfall in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, on Aug. 27, 2020.



Residents take in the widespread destruction in Holly Beach, Louisiana.



Debris sits in the road on Front Street in Orange, Texas, the morning after Hurricane Laura make landfall.



A member of the National Guard secures the area after Hurricane Laura passed through Lake Charles.



People survey the damage left in the wake of Hurricane Laura in Holly Beach.



Buildings and homes are flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura near Lake Charles.



Smoke is seen rising from a chemical plant fire after Hurricane Laura passed through Lake Charles.



A woman on a street near businesses in downtown Lake Charles in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura.



A man looks at damage inside the Capitol One Bank Tower, with its windows blown out, in the downtown area of Lake Charles, Louisiana.



Debris surround damaged buildings near Lake Charles.



Shattered glass is seen inside a damaged building in Lake Charles.



Products are seen spilled onto the floor of a damaged Market Basket grocery store in Lake Charles.



A family surveys damage to trees in their neighborhood in Lake Charles.



James Sonya surveys what is left of his uncle's barbershop in Lake Charles.



People sift through debris at a damaged home in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.



Lonnie Gatte and Teri Goleman kiss after returning to their residence, a 40-foot camping trailer, to find it completely destroyed in Sulphur, Louisiana.



Neighbors Walter Edwards, left, and Rick Atteberry check on houses in the country club area of DeRidder.



A man raises an American flag in front of Trump graffiti after Hurricane Laura made landfall in Lake Charles.



A monument to Confederate soldiers in Lake Charles is seen toppled by the storm.



A person wears a protective mask at an evacuation shelter run by the American Red Cross at Cornerstone Baptist Church after Hurricane Laura made landfall in Kountze.



Mitch PIckering plays his guitar while walking through the downtown area of Lake Charles on Aug. 27, 2020.



Stair steps stand on an empty slab in the wake of Hurricane Laura in Holly Beach.
























































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