1. Pedestrians navigate power lines strewn across the bridge in Matlacha after Hurricane Ian devastated Florida. Damage to the bridge from the hurricane made the bridge passable only by foot.
  2. 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.
  3. Heather Danenhower, with Duke Energy, walks among around 2.000 utility trucks that are staged in a rural lot in The Villages of Sumter County on Wednesday morning. They were staging in preparation for Hurricane Ian, which has made landfall in Florida.
  4. Traffic is seen stopped along the northbound lanes of I-75 near Sumter Boulevard Friday. Flooding has shutdown both the north and south lanes until Saturday afternoon.
  5. Kait Donnelly wheels a cart full of donated supplies at Big Storm Brewing where items are being collected to send to those affected by Hurricane Ian in southwest Florida, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022 in Clearwater.
  6. Tesla CEO Elon Musk attends the start of the production at Tesla's "Gigafactory"; on March 22, 2022, in Berlin.
  7. A screenshot of the NOAA satellite image showing the damage to the coastal communities in Southwest Florida, including Fort Myers Beach, Pine Island and Sanibel and Captiva.
  8. Damaged homes and debris are shown in the wake of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers Beach.
  9. Hillsborough County residents can take their storm debris to drop-off sites, as they did after Hurricane Irma, or wait for crews to retrieve the items from in front of their homes. [Times (2017)]
  10. Steve Mitchell, 80, sits in a friend's second-floor condo at Venetian Bayview in Naples while waiting for the fire department to come carry him down the stairs to his first-floor condo which flooded in the storm surge during Hurricane Ian, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022 in Naples.
  11. Staff and volunteers working with the relief organization World Central Kitchen have delivered tens of thousands of meals to communities impacted by Hurricane Ian in the days following the storm.
  12. Christopher Smith, 72, who was recently diagnosed with cancer, rests inside his Punta Gorda home on Friday after sheltering from Hurricane Ian with his wife earlier in the week.
  13. Motorists seen stalled on I-75 North bound on Friday, September 30, 2022.
  14. 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.
  15. Florida author Randy Wayne White, pictured on March 7, 2022 in Punta Gorda.
  16. Hurricane Ian damaged the sign outside the County Center building in downtown Tampa, but the Tampa Bay area ducked the full force of the deadly storm. [
  17. Damage and destruction is seen along Pine Island Road Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022 in Matlacha.
  18. Amanda Tress, founder and CEO of the FASTer Way to Fat Loss, offers a high-five to pro trainer Haven Hennessey while recording a workout session on Sept. 6 at the company’s headquarters in Clearwater. Also participating, at left, is Tress' husband Brandon.
  19. Shrimpers David Newcomb, aka One-Eyed Dave, 62, center, and David Hutchins, 59, aka Sandbar Dave, right, visit on the deck of the shrimping trawler Lexi-Joe on Friday, Sep 30, 2022, at Erickson and Jensen Seafood Packers in Fort Myers Beach.
  20. Water remains on the homes at Palmetto Palms Mobile Home Park off Summerlin Road on Thursday, Sep 29, 2022, which was mostly destroyed after Hurricane Ian made landfall overnight on Wednesday.
  21. 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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  23. 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.
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