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Fears of hundreds of deaths: Hurricane "Ian" is once again strengthening and rushing to South Carolina Israel today

2022-09-29T22:42:03.124Z

The hurricane is on the rise once again • After leaving destruction and devastation in Florida - the storm is advancing to South Carolina, which has entered into an absorption alert



Another round?

Despite early estimates that the hurricane is expected to weaken during the next day (Friday), the US National Hurricane Center confirmed that Hurricane Ian is moving northeast and will reach a speed of 120 km/h in the next few hours.

As you remember, the hurricane, with a strength of four (out of five), began its journey of destruction in the USA last Wednesday, when it hit the west coast of the state of Florida and caused flooding, storms and winds of up to 240 km/h.

Florida after the deadly storm, photo: AFP

"Ian", photo: E.P

"Ian" in Florida.

Winds up to 240 km/h, Photo: AP

Destruction and devastation in Florida, photo: IPA

About 2.7 million Florida residents remain without electricity and local authorities fear hundreds of deaths.

"We've never seen floods like this," Florida Governor Ron DeSantis admitted at a press conference held last night (Thursday), referring to the hurricane which is already defined as one of the most powerful to ever hit the US.

Before that, on Tuesday, "Ian" passed through Cuba and left the island without power, including in the capital, Havana.

New video just in from Fort Myers, FL shows swimmers getting into the storm surge as Hurricane #Ian approaches.

This is EXTREMELY dangerous.

I can't believe I have to say this...

DO NOT GET INTO THE WATER!

pic.twitter.com/jsoUPvX8uC

— Zach Covey (@ZachCoveyTV) September 28, 2022

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Source: israelhayom

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