1. Screen grab of video shared on Twitter that shows an apparent shark in a street in Fort Myers while Hurricane Ian was rolling through.
  2. Hilleary Gramling, 28, walks her dog as she avoids a blocked sidewalk where a tree splintered due to winds from Hurricane Ian in front of a house at 2201 Fifth Ave. N on Thursday in St. Petersburg.
  3. Twenty-one Chilean flamingos, left, sheltered in the ladies' bathroom off the main lobby of Sunken Gardens during Hurricane Ian. Staff members including Emily Mastoroudis, right, carried them carefully inside one at a time.
  4. Pat Ton, holding his dog Ginger, takes in the damage from Hurricane Ian to homes and businesses on Third Street at Fort Myers Beach on Thursday.
  5. Beulah Stang, a sixth-grade math teacher at John Hopkins Middle School in St. Petersburg, carries a pillow and suitcase into the Pinellas County special needs shelter at the school on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022 in St. Petersburg. The shelter had a capacity of over 700 people.
  6. Carole McDanel, 78, and her daughter Beth Booker, 32.
  7. A fallen tree lies in the parking lot of a Publix on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, in St. Pete Beach. Hurricane Ian knocked down cables, signs, and trees along the barrier islands.
  8. A biker rides by boats that were run aground in the Legacy Harbour Marina in Fort Myers a day after Hurricane Ian hits the West Coast of Florida as a Category 4 storm, on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022.
  9. Police were investigating Thursday after person was found dead in a pond at Largo Central Park in Largo.
  10. Harold Walker cuts a tree that fell during the Hurricane Ian that blocks the front path to his house, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, in Tampa.
  11. Chefs working with World Central Kitchen prepared 5,000 ham and cheese sandwiches to deliver Thursday to the Florida communities impacted by Hurricane Ian.
  12. Volunteers sort food donations at the annual Metropolitan Ministries Holiday Tent in Tampa in 2019.
  13. Video from the Lee County Sheriff shows a destroyed road in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
  14. Tampa Bay on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, after Hurricane Ian passed through.
  15. A sign inside Durant High in Plant City indicates in English and Spanish that the Hillsborough County shelter accepts pets as the Tampa Bay area prepared for Hurricane Ian on Tuesday, September 27, 2022. Area shelters began to empty Thursday morning as the storm passed without causing major damage in the Tampa Bay area.
  16. The Sunshine Skyway is seen in a traffic camera photo at 12:51 p.m. on Thursday, shortly after the Florida Highway Patrol reopened the bridge after Hurricane Ian passed through the area.
  17. Officials look at the uprooted Wish Tree in the Dalí Museum's Avant-garden on Thursday in St. Petersburg. The tree was pushed over by strong winds from Hurricane Ian. Winds have uprooted the ficus tree several times since it was planted in 2011.
  18. A fallen sign leans against a bench outside the Sea Palms Motel and Polynesian Putter minigolf course on Thursday in St. Pete Beach. Hurricane Ian knocked down cables, signs, and trees along Pinellas County's barrier islands but largely spared the area the level of damage that Hurricane Irma inflicted in 2017.
  19. Jake Moses, 19, left, and Heather Jones, 18, of Fort Myers, explore a section of destroyed businesses at Fort Myers Beach on Thursday, Sep 29, 2022. The community was mostly destroyed after Hurricane Ian made landfall on Wednesday.
  20. Passengers check themselves in at a ticketing area Tuesday at the Tampa International Airport. The airport will reopen today.
  21. The Hillsborough County administration building on E Kennedy Boulevard pictured on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022 after Hurricane Ian pummeled Florida.
  22. A tree splintered due to winds from Hurricane Ian in front of a house at 2201 Fifth Ave. N in St. Petersburg.
  23. Medicare Supplements and Medicare Advantage Plans are completely different types of Medicare policies.
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