Hurricane Ida hits 'Dukes of Hazzard' actor John Schneider's Louisiana home and studio

The 61-year-old “Dukes of Hazzard” actor’s home and studio in Holden, Louisiana were hit by the storm on Sunday night, according to his rep.

The star’s rep told Fox News that Schneider was in Nashville helping to organize Middle Tennessee flood relief efforts when Ida hit, but is now on his way back to Holden. 

The extent of the damage is not yet known, but a friend sent an image of Schneider’s studio from the road. Trees had been uprooted and lay atop the studio, while it appears that a car – which was previously elevated above the studio prior to the hurricane – was surrounded by vegetation as well.

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Another car, which looks like the General Lee, sits in front of the studio with visible damage caused by a tree.

Actor-singer John Schneider's property in Louisiana was damaged by Hurricane Ida on Sunday night.

Actor-singer John Schneider’s property in Louisiana was damaged by Hurricane Ida on Sunday night. (Jessica Allain)

When the image made its way onto Twitter on Monday, Schneider said that he was on the road to Holden with his wife Alicia and noted that it felt like they were “the only ones on the road.”

“I’m [going to] get a real look at the damage to mom’s house in the morning and then head back to TN to continue flood relief,” he shared. “All people and pups are good.”

The star joked: “May have a Hurricane Sale at Miss Shirley’s!’ Soon!”

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Schneider’s Holden home has been damaged by flooding before, having been wiped out by such a disaster in 2016, Nashville’s Fox affiliate reported last week.

In the flood, the actor lost personal items, masters of unfinished film projects and memorabilia from his time in the film industry.

He and his wife were set to collect donations of hygiene items, cleaning supplies, water, air mattresses, batteries, gloves, sunscreen, trash page, rakes and shovels, plastic tote boxes, ice chests, non-perishable food items, diapers, pet food, toilet paper, paper towels, socks, alcohol wipes and bandages.

The duo was going to bring an 18-wheeler to three locations across the state of Tennessee to collect the donations for victims of the historic rainfall in Humphreys County.

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Ida has caused widespread devastation in Louisiana. At least one person has died and over a million were left without power.

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