“Hurricane Ian has left parts of Florida unrecognizable”

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Hurricane Ian destroyed everything in its path through Florida: homes, roads, marinas, electrical infrastructure and even bridges that connected some islands to the mainland.

The west coast of this state, normally peaceful and known for its paradisiacal beaches, was blighted by the destruction caused by the storm surge several meters high and hurricane force winds.

in central Florida, rivers and canals overflowed by the intense precipitation that the cyclone brought. In two days it rained the same as it usually rains in that area in 6 months.

While some deaths have been reported, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said We will have to wait to know the actual death toll left by the hurricane, one of the most powerful to make landfall in the US since records began.



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