Hurricane Ian Kills: Hurricane Ian kills 4 more inside Florida
Hurricane Ian Kills: In Hurricane Ian running inside Florida, local officials said that so far at least 81 people have died in this storm.
Regarding the storm, the governor’s office said that there are reports of four people being killed in North Carolina so far.
The heavy storm hit the southwest coast of Florida on Wednesday, and was followed moments later by extremely severe winds and record-breaking storms that caused extensive damage.
In the midst of the rescue operation in the wake of the storm, the death toll in this external storm has increased very much so far.
Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno said about 700 people had been rescued from the ruined county. (Hurricane Ian Kills)
Officials there said that the main cause of death here is drowning under water, as well as a roof collapse and two vehicle accidents are also involved in this.
The deaths here are confirmed by reviewing the invigilator records. And it might take a while
The deaths were confirmed by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement between September 27 and 30 in Lake, Volusia, Sarasota, Manatee and Collier counties. And the age of the victims there was said to be between 22 and 91.
The department says that a 68-year-old woman drowned due to this storm and heavy rain, on 29 September drowned in the sea with a wave.
The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office was one of the first to publicly report the deaths in Ian during the storm.
It was told inside Thursday’s office that a 72-year-old man in Deltana was killed while trying to save his pool due to this heavy storm.
But Sharif’s office has also told that the person who died was not yet identified as he disappeared after leaving. (Hurricane Ian Kills)
Sharif’s office said the deputy found his body dead in a canal behind the house and was later taken to the nearest local hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead.
On Saturday, Governor Henry McMaster said that once again this severe storm has knocked in South Carolina, but so far no damage or loss has been caused by this storm.
But in neighboring North Carolina, nearly four deaths have been reported so far. On Saturday, Governor Roy Cooper said that there were about three vehicle accidents on Friday, in which the victims were young people aged between 22 and 25 years.
Apart from these deaths, a 65-year-old man died of carbon monoxide poisoning on Saturday afternoon after running the generator in a closed garage. But the power was off at that time.
Some time ago, on Wednesday, the emergency response was almost completely shut down due to severe rain with strong winds inside Florida. Search and rescue of people is going on all over the state.
Florida Representative Cathy Castor, representing the Tampa Bay area, described the situation as a “huge catastrophe.” And also said that “we fear that we are going to try to deal with the loss of life more than we anticipated.”
“There are thousands of rescue efforts going on right now and we’re going to succeed over time,” Florida Sen. Rick Scott told Good Morning America on Thursday morning.
We also have Sharif Department, Fire Department, Police Department and State Rescue Team to help us. In view of this terrible storm, they are doing everything possible to save the humans. (Hurricane Ian Kills)
He also told that till now there are many people who need help but they are still away from the team of our department, they will also be found in some time.
This led him to worry about a lot of lower states, saying “The water kills and I’m just – I’m afraid of death, you know, what’s happened here and I hope that after some time everyone here will be safe.
On Thursday morning, President Joe Biden spoke with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over concerns about the storm, telling DeSantis that FEMA Administrator Dean Criswell would travel to Florida to get a better overview of response efforts.
On “Good Morning America” on Thursday, Sheriff Marceno also said he had thousands of 911 calls and was trying to answer them well.
“We still can’t reach many people who need it,” Marceno explained, and we’re trying to reach them all in time. (Hurricane Ian Kills)