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Fast-moving Hurricane Zeta rips across South

Olivia Mancing (L) and Zachery Quale talk outside of Flora Gallery and Coffee Shop near a downed tree in the street after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Olivia Mancing (L) and Zachery Quale talk outside of Flora Gallery and Coffee Shop near a downed tree in the street after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Olivia Mancing (L) and Zachery Quale talk outside of Flora Gallery and Coffee Shop near a downed tree in the street after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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Teagan Marmion, 4, and her neighbor James Smith, 4, play in a puddle after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Teagan Marmion, 4, and her neighbor James Smith, 4, play in a puddle after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Teagan Marmion, 4, and her neighbor James Smith, 4, play in a puddle after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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Misty Talley and Wade Kodrin decide to set up for drinks with their neighbors in front of a downed tree they also decorated, because the sidewalk where they would normally gather had a power line strewn across it, after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Misty Talley and Wade Kodrin decide to set up for drinks with their neighbors in front of a downed tree they also decorated, because the sidewalk where they would normally gather had a power line strewn across it, after Hurricane Zeta swept through...more

Misty Talley and Wade Kodrin decide to set up for drinks with their neighbors in front of a downed tree they also decorated, because the sidewalk where they would normally gather had a power line strewn across it, after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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A tree that landed on a house in the Gentilly Terrace neighborhood is seen after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A tree that landed on a house in the Gentilly Terrace neighborhood is seen after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A tree that landed on a house in the Gentilly Terrace neighborhood is seen after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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A car crushed by fallen transformers is seen after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A car crushed by fallen transformers is seen after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A car crushed by fallen transformers is seen after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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Joel Martinez, who until just recently lived in the lower apartment, makes a photo of Washington Gardens Apartments after it collapsed from the winds brought by Hurricane Zeta in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Joel Martinez, who until just recently lived in the lower apartment, makes a photo of Washington Gardens Apartments after it collapsed from the winds brought by Hurricane Zeta in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Joel Martinez, who until just recently lived in the lower apartment, makes a photo of Washington Gardens Apartments after it collapsed from the winds brought by Hurricane Zeta in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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A man walks past a car that was crushed by fallen transformers after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A man walks past a car that was crushed by fallen transformers after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A man walks past a car that was crushed by fallen transformers after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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A man walks by Washington Garden's Apartments after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, October 28.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A man walks by Washington Garden's Apartments after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A man walks by Washington Garden's Apartments after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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Part of a roof from Liberty Lumber Yard hangs from a power line after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Part of a roof from Liberty Lumber Yard hangs from a power line after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Part of a roof from Liberty Lumber Yard hangs from a power line after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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A tree lays across North Peters Street as Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A tree lays across North Peters Street as Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A tree lays across North Peters Street as Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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Residents walk past part of a roof from Liberty Lumber Yard after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Residents walk past part of a roof from Liberty Lumber Yard after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Residents walk past part of a roof from Liberty Lumber Yard after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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Clouds move over Lafayette Cemetery No. 2 as the remnants of Hurricane Zeta sweep through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Clouds move over Lafayette Cemetery No. 2 as the remnants of Hurricane Zeta sweep through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Clouds move over Lafayette Cemetery No. 2 as the remnants of Hurricane Zeta sweep through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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A resident jogs past a downed tree after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A resident jogs past a downed tree after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A resident jogs past a downed tree after Hurricane Zeta swept through New Orleans, Louisiana, October 29. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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A man walks his bike through heavy wind and rain caused by Hurricane Zeta in New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A man walks his bike through heavy wind and rain caused by Hurricane Zeta in New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A man walks his bike through heavy wind and rain caused by Hurricane Zeta in New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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An election campaign sign sits in a tree as Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

An election campaign sign sits in a tree as Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

An election campaign sign sits in a tree as Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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The sky turns pink as Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

The sky turns pink as Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

The sky turns pink as Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28.  
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Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Hurricane Zeta sweeps through New Orleans, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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A man rides a bike as Hurricane Zeta approaches New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A man rides a bike as Hurricane Zeta approaches New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A man rides a bike as Hurricane Zeta approaches New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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Katy D'Aquino boards up the gallery she opened with her husband Jason in January, Fawkes Fine Art, for the eighth time since the beginning of the pandemic, in preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Zeta in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Katy D'Aquino boards up the gallery she opened with her husband Jason in January, Fawkes Fine Art, for the eighth time since the beginning of the pandemic, in preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Zeta in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28....more

Katy D'Aquino boards up the gallery she opened with her husband Jason in January, Fawkes Fine Art, for the eighth time since the beginning of the pandemic, in preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Zeta in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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A man crosses a street as Hurricane Zeta approaches New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A man crosses a street as Hurricane Zeta approaches New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

A man crosses a street as Hurricane Zeta approaches New Orleans, Louisiana, October 28, 2020.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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General Manager of Pere Antoine Restaurant Gaige Rodriguez, left, and cook Michael Dillon board up windows as they prepare for the arrival of Zeta in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 27.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

General Manager of Pere Antoine Restaurant Gaige Rodriguez, left, and cook Michael Dillon board up windows as they prepare for the arrival of Zeta in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 27.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

General Manager of Pere Antoine Restaurant Gaige Rodriguez, left, and cook Michael Dillon board up windows as they prepare for the arrival of Zeta in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 27.  REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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People line up to cast their ballot for the upcoming presidential election as Zeta approaches the Gulf Coast in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 27. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn    

People line up to cast their ballot for the upcoming presidential election as Zeta approaches the Gulf Coast in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 27. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn    

People line up to cast their ballot for the upcoming presidential election as Zeta approaches the Gulf Coast in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 27. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn    
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Royce Campbell III, 6, and his father Royce Campbell Junior stand in line for early voting for the upcoming presidential election as tropical storm  as Zeta approaches in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 27. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Royce Campbell III, 6, and his father Royce Campbell Junior stand in line for early voting for the upcoming presidential election as tropical storm as Zeta approaches in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 27. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn

Royce Campbell III, 6, and his father Royce Campbell Junior stand in line for early voting for the upcoming presidential election as tropical storm as Zeta approaches in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 27. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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Fishermen take a boat off the water as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado

Fishermen take a boat off the water as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado

Fishermen take a boat off the water as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado
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Members of a religious group gather at the beach as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26.  
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Members of a religious group gather at the beach as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado

Members of a religious group gather at the beach as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado
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A man rides his bicycle while palm trees sway in the wind as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado

A man rides his bicycle while palm trees sway in the wind as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado

A man rides his bicycle while palm trees sway in the wind as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado
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Tourists stand at a beach as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26.   REUTERS/Jorge Delgado

Tourists stand at a beach as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado

Tourists stand at a beach as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado
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Fishermen prepare to take their boats off the water as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26.  
 REUTERS/Jorge Delgado

Fishermen prepare to take their boats off the water as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado

Fishermen prepare to take their boats off the water as Hurricane Zeta approaches, in Cancun, Mexico, October 26. REUTERS/Jorge Delgado
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