Sanibel mayor on the aftermath of Ian: ‘It’s a different Sanibel’ l ABCNL

Sanibel mayor on the aftermath of ian: ‘it’s a different sanibel’ l abcnl

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ABC News’ Mary Bruce spoke with Sanibel Mayor Holly Smith about the devastating impact of Hurricane Ian on the island of Sanibel.

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