Top Story with Tom Llamas – Sept. 28 | NBC News NOW

Top story with tom llamas - sept. 28 | nbc news now

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Hurricane Ian slams into Florida’s Gulf Coast as a devastating category four storm packing dangerous winds of up to 155 miles per hour leaving more than a million residents without power and forcing them to stay within their homes due to severe flooding.

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