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Feb 9, 2017

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans

Tornadoes are a powerful force of nature. They show up, rip things apart and leave again as if they were never there. You can't slap a travel ban on them either.
Earlier this week New Orleans was hit by several tornadoes and they left a trail of destruction.

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Sheard cleans up debris at Royal Palm Hotel on Chef Menteur highway in New Orleans East after a series of tornados tore through the city and other parts of Louisiana, leaving trees, power lines, homes and businesses leveled, in New Orleans BEN DEPP/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Abdel Salah the owner of Sam's Food and Liquor Store talks on a phone after sustaining damages to his business from a series of tornados in New Orleans STRINGER/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Church members from the community view damages at International Christian Pentecostal Church after a series of tornados tore through New Orleans STRINGER/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Hoan Nguyen cleans up debris in "Q" Nail studio which she and her husband own after surviving the tornado by sheltering in the bathroom in New Orleans STRINGER/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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XXXXX clean up debris after a series of tornados tore through New Orleans and other parts of Louisiana STRINGER/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Tien Nguyen cleans up debris in "Q" Nail studio after a series of tornados tore through New Orleans and other parts of Louisiana BEN DEPP/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Abdel Salah the owner of Sam's Food and Liquor Store surveys damage after a series of tornados tore through in New Orleans STRINGER/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Tien Nguyen cleans up debris in "Q" Nail studio which he and his wife own after surviing the tornado by sheltering in the bathroom in New Orleans STRINGER/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Tien Nguyen and wife Hoan clean up debris in "Q" Nail studio which they own after surviving the tornado by sheltering in the bathroom in New Orleans STRINGER/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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A hotel room at Jacks Motel on Chef Menteur New Orleans East is shown after the roof was torn off in the aftermath of a series of tornado left trees, power lines, homes and businesses leveled, in New Orleans BEN DEPP/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Cleanup crews remove power poles from Chef Menteur highway in New Orleans East after a series of tornados tore through the city and other parts of Louisiana, leaving trees, power lines, homes and businesses leveled, in New Orleans BEN DEPP/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Residents look through debris at an RV park on Chef Menteur Highway in New Orleans East after a series of tornados tore through the city and other parts of Louisiana, leaving trees, power lines and homes and businesses leveled, in New Orleans BEN DEPP/REUTERS

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in New Orleans
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Thompson (C) looks through debris in an RV park on Chef Menteur Highway in New Orleans East after a series of tornados tore through the city and other parts of Louisiana, leaving trees, power lines homes and businesses leveled, in New Orleans BEN DEPP/REUTERS

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