Women rescued from waist-deep floodwater as Hurricane Ian swamps Naples

Women rescued from waist-deep floodwater as hurricane ian swamps naples

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Women rescued from waist-deep floodwater as Hurricane Ian swamps Naples” – below is their description.

Naples Fire-Rescue department live streamed the successful rescue of a woman who was left stranded in floodwater, as Hurricane Ian’s storm surge hit the Florida coast.

Four firefighters can we seen helping the woman through the nearly shoulder high water as wind batters the group.

Naples and its surrounding areas was the first mainland region to be hit by the historic storm which has left 1.3 million people without power.

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