Weekend Reads "We have nowhere to go": in Florida, the city of Fort Myers Beach destroyed by Hurricane Ian
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Pete Belinda and his wife walk slowly along a road Outside Fort Myers Beach, in the southwest of Florida. They are tired and each drag a big suitcase. "That's all we have left," he whispers.
Located on the banks of the Gulf of Mexico, his peaceful city has become the epicenter of destructionon Wednesday September 28.
The couple lived on the ground floor of the house of their daughter, where he had settled six months ago, but the storm left homeless. Pete Belinda, 52 years old:“Everything is above-mentioned, all covered with mud. We don't really know what to do now. We call our friends and family to see where we could live because we have nowhere to go. A deserted city
Fort Myers Beach is now an almost deserted city, traveled only by emergency services vehicles and a few people who briefly return home to see the damage.
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The part of the city most affected by Ian, the one by the sea, on the island of Estero, is a field of ruins. The police prohibit access to anyone who does not live in this neighborhood but a helicopter flight makes it possible to see the extent of the damage.
an aerial picture Taken on September 30, 2022 shows destroyed houses and business in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. - Forecasters Hurricane Expect Ian to cause Life-Threating Storm Surges in the Carolinas on Friday after Unleashing Devastation in Florida, where it left a yet unknown number of dead in its wake. After Weakening Across Florida, Ian Regaind Its Category 1 Status in the Atlantic Ocean and was Headed Toward the Carolinas, the US National Hurricane Center Said Friday. (Photo by Ricardo Arduengo / AFP) (Ricardo Arduengo / AFP)
in pictures. Marine submersions, violent winds, flooded streets ... Hurricane Ian Ravage Florida
© Sean Rayford /AFP of gusts of wind blow on Sarasota bay, Florida, September 28, 2022. the powerful Hurricane Ian touched land in Florida on Wednesday September 28, 2022 in the afternoon. After having devastated the west of Cuba, it falls on this American state from which images of monstrous floods arrive with winds up to 240 km/h. considered "extremely dangerous", Hurricane Ian has started to fall on the Southeast of the United States Wednesday, September 28, 2022.
The winds of the Hurricane of category 4 destroyed the many wooden houses of the region and, in certain places, there are not even rubble to See, only vacant lots where there was once a house.
Rich Gibboni is one of the inhabitants who lost his house. "The second floor collapsed because of the wind, and the first floor was flooded up to the roof," he said, resigned.
This 50 -year -old man went to another district of Fort Myers Beach to seek refueling but returned to the island of Estero, where he found refuge in a hotel with around twenty people."We have never experienced anything like this"
Chris Bills, a 72 -year -old woman, drives her hat on her head while waiting for a bus to get her with her husband. This afternoon, a patrol of the emergency services gave them two hours to recover their belongings and leave the apartment they had rented for a few days near the sea. The couple traveled from England so far to enjoy good weather and ignored the hurricane forecasts."I didn't think it would be so strong. I was very scared. We had never experienced anything like this before.
In this district, the force of the hurricane has left dozens of boats immobilized in the streets and however trained cars in a neighboring bay where they have been floating since.
Rich Gibboni does not lose hope despite the damage caused by Ian, gradually demoted on Friday in post-tower storm.
"The mood is good. We have to survive. We have to start again. It will take a long time, so we have to regain strength, ”he says.
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