MTP NOW Sept. 29 – Florida Begins Recovery After Ian; Russia Moves To Annex Ukrainian Territory

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Mtp now sept. 29 – florida begins recovery after ian; russia moves to annex ukrainian territory

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Florida first responders and volunteers begin rescue and clean-up efforts after Hurricane Ian battered cities across the state. Now downgraded to a tropical storm, Ian continues to drench the state as it moves north toward South Carolina. More than 600,000 Duke Energy customers remain without power following the storm. NOAA aerospace engineer Nick Underwood recounts his experience flying into the eye of Hurricane Ian. Russia is moving to annex four Ukrainian territories after conducting staged referendums in the region earlier this week.

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