Hurricane Ida's death toll continued to rise on Sunday, with many in the US Northeast holding out hope for people missing in the floodwaters, Report mentions, citing Reuters.
At the same time, nearly 600,000 customers in Louisiana still lacked power a week after the storm made landfall.
Ida slammed into Louisiana on August 29 as a powerful Category 4 hurricane with sustained winds of 150 miles per hour (240 kph). The latest death toll there rose to at least 13 people on Sunday.
The storm weakened as it moved north but still unleashed flash flooding on the East Coast that killed at least 50 more people, according to updated numbers on Sunday.
New York had 17 confirmed deaths, four in suburban Westchester County and the rest in New York City. In New Jersey, there were 27 confirmed storm deaths and four people still missing.