There's no doubt it's going to be a long road ahead for residents in the nearby New Orleans community of Arabi after a tornado ripped through the area Tuesday night.
- The powerful twister, which killed one person, had a path about 11 miles long according to the National Weather Service with winds as high as 200mph.
- Preliminary reports, according to NBC News, said nearly 150 homes and buildings have "significant damage."
- Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards described the path of damage as "tremendous."
- Arabi, like the Lower 9th Ward and other parts of New Orleans, was hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
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