(NBC News) The remnants of Hurricane Zeta pushing through the southeast Thursday, leaving a path of destruction behind.
The storm made landfall in Louisiana Wednesday as a Category 2 hurricane.
“It appears that the most catastrophic damage is in Grand Isle area,” Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards said after a Coast Guard aerial survey of the strike zone.
The barrier island took the brunt of the record-breaking 11th storm to make landfall this season.
Wind damage left millions across several states without power.
At least three deaths have been blamed on the storm.
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