View profile

Wreckage in Fort Myers Beach

Revue
 
 
September 30 · Issue #1754 · View online
Daily Overview
A large pile of boats and other wreckage near Fort Myers Beach, Florida, sits mangled in the wake of Hurricane Ian. The entire Fort Myers metropolitan area, home to upwards of 750,000, suffered catastrophic damage in the storm, which is the fifth-strongest to ever hit the contiguous United States. Early estimates place the total cost of damages throughout Florida at $40 billion.
26.455090°, -81.950647°

Source imagery: Greg Lovett, The Palm Beach Post / USA Today Network
Follow Daily Overview here:
Web | Instagram  |  Facebook  |  Twitter | TikTok
Did you enjoy this issue?
In order to unsubscribe, click here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Powered by Revue