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  1. In this aerial photo, damaged boats and debris rest against the shore in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Thursday in Fort Myers.
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  3. Tony Simpson, of Valrico, right, helps his neighbor, Michael Zeman, get his vehicles and trailer out of a flooded road near the 4400 block of River Drive on Friday.
  4.  Aerial view of flooded homes along the Peace River on Friday, Sept. 30, 2022 in Arcadia.
  5. Joe Orlandini, center, background, and Shannon Orlandini, right, evacuated from Fort Myers Beach with their children on Thursday, Sep 29, 2022, after Hurricane Ian made landfall overnight on Wednesday.
  6. Flooding from the Peace River washes out the road along NW Brownville Street in Brownville, outside of Arcadia, Friday.
  7. Before-and-after photos from southwestern Florida show the destruction wrought by Hurricane Ian when it hit the area as a powerful Category 4 storm earlier this week.
  8. State Attorney Andrew Warren, right, and Governor Ron DeSantis, left.
  9. Pinellas County Sheriff's Office Deputy Michael Hartwick was hit and killed overnight Sept. 22 by a construction worker driving a front loader with a fork lift. Deputy Hartwick's funeral will be on Monday.
  10. Police on Friday released the name of a man found dead Thursday in a pond in Largo Central Park.
  11. Julie Walton hugs her granddaughter Nyah VanHoose in front of the house where they rode out Hurricane Ian on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022 in Bonita Beach.
  12. One of the local groups, Rebuilt Meals, will provide a variety of options including traditional, balanced, keto and plant-based food items.
  13. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, shown in this photo from May, toured areas of Lee County on Friday that had been obliterated by Hurricane Ian.
  14. President Joe Biden speaks about the ongoing federal response efforts for Hurricane Ian from the Roosevelt Room at the White House in Washington, Friday, Sept. 30, 2022.
  15. USF football coach Jeff Scott said the Bulls have handled their trip to Fort Lauderdale well, all things considered.
  16. Remnants of homes and flooded vehicles mingle off the frontage of a hotel on Fort Myers Beach on Thursday, Sep 29, 2022, which was mostly destroyed after Hurricane Ian made landfall overnight on Wednesday.
  17. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson and Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts arrive to stand outside the Supreme Court following her formal investiture ceremony at the Supreme Court in Washington, Friday, Sept. 30, 2022.
  18. A couple embraces while waiting in line for warm food from Scooby’s BBQ and Grub Shack on Thursday after Hurricane Ian destroyed areas of Port Charlotte and left victims without power.
  19. Two men were injured, one critically, in what officials suspect was a generator explosion at a Pinellas Park home Thursday night.
  20. Hurricane debris is scattered throughout a Tamiami Village mobile home community on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, in North Fort Myers. Hurricane Ian made landfall on the coast of Southwest Florida as a Category 4 storm Wednesday afternoon, leaving areas affected with flooded streets, downed trees and scattered debris.
  21. Remnants of damaged homes and flooded vehicles mingle on Fort Myers Beach on Thursday, Sep 29, 2022. The town was mostly destroyed when Hurricane Ian made landfall overnight on Wednesday.
  22. Duke Energy trucks are staged the parking lot at Tropicana Field in preparation for Hurricane Ian on Wednesday in St. Petersburg.
  23. In this photo taken by a drone, boats lie scattered amidst mobile homes after the passage of Hurricane Ian on San Carlos Island, in Fort Myers Beach, Fla., Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022.
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