The hurricane downgraded to category 2 has left roads flooded, light poles ripped out and cars trapped in mud
Hurricane Delta, downgraded to a tropical storm as it passed through the Louisiana coast, in the United States, has caused serious material damage in the region. The effects of the very strong gusts of wind and rain have been seen thanks to the images of the drones that fly over the most affected areas to assess the damage. Semi-submerged roads, uprooted utility poles and cars trapped in the mud is part of the balance in the area after the storm. In addition, hundreds of thousands of Louisiana residents have lost power during the storm.