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Boats in the streets, cars in the sea: Ian's aftermath

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Ian cut a swath of destruction through the parts of Fort Myers Beach nearest the shore. The part of town hit hardest by Ian, the area closest to the sea on Estero Island, was reduced to a field of ruins. The force of the storm pushed boats ashore and dragged cars out to sea.
2 months ago·Fort Myers Beach, United States

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Boats in the streets, cars in the sea: Ian's aftermath

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Boats in the streets, cars in the sea: Fort Myers Beach pummeled by Ian

Fort Myers Beach, United States: As Pete Belinda and his wife slowly walked down a road outside Fort Myers Beach on the southwestern coast of Florida, they each dragged a large suitcase behind them. "This is all we have left," Belinda said, shaken and

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