Hurricane Zeta made landfall near Cocodrie, Louisiana, as a Category 2 storm packing 110 mph winds on Thursday afternoon, October 28.
Widespread damage, downed trees, and power outages were reported across Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes. More than 475,000 residents were left in the dark, according to reports.
This footage shows the intense wind gusts picking up a backyard trampoline in Belle Chasse.
Part of the Belle Chasse Independent Church collapsed as a result of the storm, according to local reports.
As of Thursday morning, Zeta was located about 100 miles northeast of Asheville, North Carolina, moving northeast at 48 mph, the National Hurricane Center said. Credit: @BrookeBourgoyne via Storyful