Mayor of Naples, Florida reacts to Hurricane Ian’s impact #Shorts

Mayor of naples, florida reacts to hurricane ian's impact #shorts

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Mayor of Naples, Florida reacts to Hurricane Ian’s impact #Shorts” – below is their description.

Mayor Teresa Heitmann of Naples, Florida, joins Shep Smith to discuss the damage wrought by Hurricane Ian, which came ashore as a Category 4 storm. Watch the full video here:

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