By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)President Biden will travel to New York City and New Jersey next week to survey the damage from the remnants of Hurricane Ida, the White House said Saturday.

Biden will travel to Queens and Manville, New Jersey on Tuesday, CBS News reported, after visiting Louisiana, which was battered by the hurricane.

READ MORE: R. Kelly Found Guilty Of All Counts In Sex Trafficking, Racketeering Trial

The storm killed 13 people in New York City. Most victims were stuck in flooded basement apartments in Queens.

READ MORE: COVID Vaccine Mandate For New York City Teachers To Take Effect After Federal Appeals Court Lifts Temporary Ban

In Manville, several flooded homes and a banquet hall exploded due to gas leaks. The areas were inaccessible to fire crews because of severe flooding.

IDA RESOURCES: How To Report Damage, Find Shelter, Food, Mental Health Support & More

MORE NEWS: Parents Of Immunocompromised Girl Say Long Island School District Refused Requests For Adequate Remote Option

Manville’s emergency management director estimated at least 100 homes in the community are uninhabitable.

CBSNewYork Team