Zeta makes quick, destructive pass through the Southeast

Nov 4, 2020

Hurricane Zeta tore through a storm-weary Gulf Coast, coming ashore the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 28, as a Category 2 hurricane in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana, and weakening to a tropical storm as it hastened inland – still bringing destructive winds that downed trees and power lines across six states.

Zeta and its remnants killed at least six people and left more than 2.1 million customers without electricity throughout the Southeast. The Salvation Army worked closely with state and…

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