Florida Faces Dire New Threat In Hurricane Ian’s Aftermath

Florida faces dire new threat in hurricane ian’s aftermath

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Florida Faces Dire New Threat In Hurricane Ian’s Aftermath” – below is their description.

Flood waters are pushing levees to their breaking points. This afternoon, a levee near the Myakka River was compromised, forcing hundreds to flee. The death toll across the state is exploding, with at least 77 now dead. About 35 of those from Lee County alone. More than 5,000 Florida National Guard members are working alongside FEMA to provide relief while neighbors pitch in to help those who lost everything.

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1 thought on “Florida Faces Dire New Threat In Hurricane Ian’s Aftermath”

  1. The levees breaking should help your Burmese python traveling up northward to visit their brother and sisters in their mansions…

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