Hurricane Ida: Parts of US northeast cleanup, as national guard helps Louisiana residents

Residents in the storm-hit community of Manville, New Jersey were continuing to clean-up on Monday after the remnants of hurricane Ida swept through the U.S. northeast this past week, bringing heavy flooding and even tornadoes to some parts.

At least 50 people died in the northeast, with approximately 27 alone in New Jersey, according to Gov. Phil Murphy.

Meanwhile, in Louisiana where the Category 4 storm plowed through the state in one of the worst direct hits it has seen flooding still consumed many areas including Lafitte and the Oklahoma National Guard had been deployed to help thousands of families find shelter, food and water. According to reports, at least 12 people died from the storm.

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