Fort Myers Beach Residents Warned Could Be Homeless For Months

  • The current number of fatalities is only expected to grow as rescue teams dive in and assess the shattered towns submerged by Ian’s fury
  • According to officials, there have been 81 deaths recorded in Florida, and four more in North Carolina
  • This currently brings the death toll caused by devastating Hurricane Ian to 85
  • The eye-watering insurance industry projection includes estimated wind, storm surge, and inland flood losses resulting from Ian’s landfalls in both Florida and South Carolina
  • Additionally, an estimated 600,014 homes and businesses were still without power in Florida early on Monday after Hurricane Ian crashed across the state last week
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