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Hurricane Ian tore through Florida's southwestern coast as a Category 4 storm, damaging homes and businesses and causing widespread flooding in communities including Fort Myers, Naples and Punta Gorda. Record storm surges were seen in areas from Englewood to Bonita Beach. CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave and Omar Villafranca are in Florida surveying the damage.
STORY: Ian, one of the strongest storms ever to hit the U.S. mainland, destroyed the Sanibel Causeway, the only bridge to get to Sanibel Island from the rest of Florida.Footage shared by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office shows extensive flooding, fires and debris along roads and buildings.Much of San Carlos Island was flooded. Residents like Karen told Reuters she lost everything.Hurricane Ian had transformed Florida’s southwestern shoreline, dotted with sandy beaches, coastal towns and mobile home parks, into a disaster zone.More than 2.6 million homes and businesses in Florida remained without power.
Najahe Sherman reports debris litters the streets, many businesses and homes damaged.
Floridians evacuate and businesses close as the state braces for Hurricane Ian’s impact.
Once ubiquitous "starter homes" have been disappearing from the U.S. market. Joseph Gyourk, a professor at the Wharton School of Business, joins CBS News to discuss the rising costs and shortage of affordable homes.
STORY: Florida residents on Tuesday raced to gather supplies and fortify homes and businesses as Hurricane Ian crept toward the U.S. Many boarded up windows and filled sandbags in hopes of staving off expected floodwaters. “If they say, ‘mandatory evacuation,’ it’s time to go!”That message echoed from officials at every level as the Category 3 hurricane tracked northward toward Florida.The National Hurricane Center warned that time is running out, as Florida governor Ron DeSantis urged residents to follow evacuation orders. “Safety is paramount. When you’re talking about storm surge like this, when you’re talking about historic flooding, that water is a very, very difficult adversary.”FEMA administrator Deanne Criswell said the agency is most concerned about storm surge and the slow pace of the storm – forecast to creep across the state at 5 miles per hour as it makes landfall.And this is significant, because what this means is Floridians are going to experience the impacts from this storm for a very long time. // Take it seriously, do not underestimate the potential that this storm can bring.”Criswell said the federal government already has in place 128,000 gallons of fuel, hundreds of Army Corp of Engineer personnel, nearly 4 million meals and over 3 million gallons of water, along with Red Cross shelters, ambulances and medical teams. The planning intensified after Hurricane Ian slammed into western Cuba on Tuesday, forcing evacuations, cutting power to nearly 1 million people and tearing roofs off homes.”I mean, sincerely, whatever they need, contact me directly and they know how to do that.”President Joe Biden said he called mayors in three Florida cities to assure them they have federal support in the form of food, shelter, and help after the storm passes.
Families that are already getting squeezed by high inflation are going to face another surge in heating bills this winter, according to several experts.
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Many residents are still not allowed to return to their homes and businesses on the Spanish archipelago.
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