Before and after images show Hurricane Ian’s destruction

Before and after images show hurricane ian’s destruction

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Many beach cottages that lined the shores of Sanibel Island were wiped away by Hurricane Ian’s storm surge, new aerial imagery from NOAA shows. See the before and after images here. #CNN #News

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