Biden will make a trip to Louisiana to assess the effects of the hurricane

At least six people became victims of the disaster.

U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday will go on a trip to Louisiana, affected by Hurricane Ida. The corresponding statement was issued on Wednesday by the press service of the White House.

“On Friday, September 3, the president will travel to New Orleans (Louisiana) to study the damage caused by Hurricane Ida and will meet with state and local leaders of the affected communities,” the text says.

Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana on Sunday; soon, it weakened to a tropical storm. At least six people became victims of the disaster.

Heavy rain and gusty winds after that persisted in some areas of Louisiana and Mississippi. In the states of Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida, a tornado threat was declared.

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