Where Tornadoes Touched Down in LA and How to Help

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Reports are showing at least seven tornadoes touched down across southeast Louisiana on Tuesday (Feb. 7). Here's where they have been confirmed, from Nola.com:

New Orleans East -- The National Weather Service at 11:19 a.m. confirmed a "large and extremely dangerous tornado" in New Orleans East. Reports from NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune reporters and others showed extensive damage in neighborhoods bordered by Dwyer Road and Chef Menteur Highway. No one was killed, but at least 25 people are injured.

Killian -- A tornado touched down near Killian, La. around 11 a.m. Two people were injured and two homes on Davidson Road were destroyed.

Donaldsonville -- A tornado was reported touching down around 11:12 a.m. near Highway 1 in Donaldsonville. The Tangipahoa Parish Emergency Manager confirmed the tornado and some damage.

Madisonville -- Around 11:10 a.m., a "large and destructive tornado" was reported near Pine Street and Louisiana Highway 22. St. Tammany Parish Public Works reported trees down in the area, but no injuries or structural damage.

Lutcher -- Around 11:26 a.m., the National Weather Service confirmed a tornado near Lutcher.

Laplace -- The National Weather Service reported a confirmed tornado at 11:55 a.m. near Laplace. Not other details were immediately available.

Montpelier -- There was a confirmed tornado around 12:20 p.m. located near Montpelier, about nine miles southwest of Amite.

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