Hurricane Ian wreaks havoc in Florida and South Carolina, killing 66 people

Florida: Hurricane Ian wreaks havoc in Florida and South Carolina, with the death toll rising to 66, while states of emergency are in effect in various areas.

According to the details, due to Hurricane Ian, the life system has been paralyzed in different areas of the US states of South Carolina and Florida, thousands of people have been displaced, and millions of people are without electricity.

Water is water everywhere in Florida, rescue work is also going on, people are being evacuated by helicopter. As of Sunday, more than a thousand people had been rescued from flooded areas along Florida’s southwest coast alone.

The disaster and business closures cost the US economy billions of dollars, with initial estimates at $40 billion. US President Joe Biden will visit the affected areas tomorrow.

Dozens of Florida residents fled their flooded and shattered homes by boat and plane on Saturday, as rescue teams continued to search for survivors.

Officials in South Carolina and North Carolina have begun assessing storm damage.

Hurricane Ian weakened on Saturday as it entered the mid-Atlantic, but the storm caused major damage along the coast, with large boats rammed into buildings on the coast and roofs ripped off homes.

Most of the confirmed deaths in Florida were from drowning in stormwater, others from the tragic effects of Ian, officials said, including an elderly couple who died when they lost power and their oxygen machines shut off. .

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