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US: Damages at LaPlace a day after Hurricane Ida lashed Louisiana

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Damaged facilities, wires and cables sagging on the side of the road: images from LaPlace, southeast Louisiana, show hurricane Ida's impact, a day after the Category 4 storm -- now a tropical storm -- hit the state. IMAGES

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