Hurricane Zeta kills at least 5, leaves millions without power

Falling trees killed multiple people in Georgia, as power outages forced several early voting locations to stay closed until Friday.
2:30 | 10/29/20

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Transcript for Hurricane Zeta kills at least 5, leaves millions without power
We turn to that deadly hurricane. What's left of it, the remnants of hurricane zeta speeding north taking at least five lives so far. Slamming into Louisiana as a cat 2, 110-mile-an-hour winds shredding buildings in biloxi, Mississippi, flooding park garage as well and downed trees killing several and power lines down in many states. Key early voting affected today as well. Senior meteorologist rob Marciano from the storm zone for us again tonight. Reporter: Tonight after a stunning late season landfall in Louisiana, zeta continues its path of destruction, knocking out power to millions. Multiple people killed by fallees in the Atlanta area. It basically tore out a large chunk of the front of this mobile home, killing a man who was asleep. Reporter: Power knocked out to some early voting locations in Georgia, just days before the election. Zeta coming ashore as a powerful category 2 hurricane south of New Orleans. We've already had winds gusting over 100 miles an hour south of here. You can see the winds ripping down canal street. Over eight feet of storm surge in biloxi, this family rescued from high water. We woke up, and the house was flooding. And we were all scared. Because the water was coming in really fast and we didn't know what to do. Reporter: Daylight revealing destruction in gulfport. Boats pushed into parking lots. There is damage and debris across the city of New Orleans. The winds were so strong here, they were able to rip the roof right off this two-story apartment building. Brian Ellis was badly hurt by the flying debris. I'm glad just somebody witnessed it and called the ambulance. Back to rob Marciano tonight. Rob, we all remember last night you were gettingmmed there in New Orleans. We appreciated the effort as we were watching you on the air. I know you're in Atlanta we can see the damage right there behind you. Reporter: Yeah, we have winds over 50 miles an hour in Atlanta as zeta came through. Luckily the folks who own this house were out of town so nobody got hurt here but a massive tree coming down. We're not done with zeta yet off the coast of New Jersey rocketing northeastward at over 50 miles per hour, still wind alerts behind it. A lot of rain ahead of it. W York, Albany, Boston, cold air will catch up with it and snow mixing in with it and cold rain continues along I-95 tomorrow morning. Another tropical system in the caribbean with a good chance of developing. We have time to watch it. Hurricane season, I'm S say, lasts another month. Another month, all right, rob, we appreciate your reporting this week.

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