WATCH: Hurricane Zeta blows mobile home to pieces across highway

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Hurricane Zeta is wielding her wrath while making landfall in Louisiana.

With 110 mph winds, Zeta has caused power outages, flooding and even a transformer blast.

Now footage depicts Zeta’s might as a mobile home was destroyed after coming in the path of the Category 2 hurricane.

In a video shared by WWL-TV’s Adam Ney, a trailer can be seen being blown to pieces across a highway. The remains lay strewn across the road and unto the grass outside nearby homes.

“Trailer pieces just blew across hwy 23 in Plaquemines Parish,” Ney captioned the eight-second clip.

Zeta made landfall near Cocodrie, Louisiana and has since caused more than 275,000 power outages across the state. New Orleans has reported more than 97,000 outages, while Jefferson Parish reported more than 120,000 without power.

In one of its most recent updates, the National Hurricane Center warned “Life-threatening storm surge and strong winds continue over southeastern Louisiana.”

“Don’t venture outside when the calm eye of the hurricane passes over, as dangerous winds will return very quickly when the eye moves away,” the update said. “Stronger winds, especially in gusts, are likely on high rise buildings.”

After passing through Louisiana, the Hurricane Center projected Zeta’s path through the rest of the  country.

“Zeta will then move close to the Mississippi coast this evening, and move across the southeastern and eastern United States on Thursday,” the Hurricane Center said earlier on Wednesday.

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