Hundreds of thousands of people were stuck without power and other basic needs days after Hurricane Ian ripped through Florida, as recovery from the deadly storm was estimated to easily cost billions of dollars.
First responders were going door-to-door in search of survivors or bodies of people who perished amid the Category 4 storm’s whipping winds that topped 150 mph and pounding rain that caused massive flooding.
The storm was believed to have killed at least 82 people in the Sunshine State, with another four deaths in North Carolina, according to an NBC count early Sunday. The Associated Press had a lower death toll of 47 in Florida from the hurricane.
Among the dead was an elderly couple whose oxygen machines turned off after they lost power, authorities said.... Read More: NY Post