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Hurricane Ian one of the strongest to hit the U.S. in decades

  • Опубліковано 27 вер 2022
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  • @sunnybz
    @sunnybz Рік тому +352

    This was the most terrifying storm we got over 2 feet of water inside the house and we were lucky to just survive this. Pray for everyone please.

  • @brittyvegas9482
    @brittyvegas9482 Рік тому +22

    Prayers for the Florida residents and prayers for everyone involved on the islands. I pray my family and friends in Brunswick Georgia get out ok also

  • @crispark9797
    @crispark9797 Рік тому +25

    What I love most about America...Not one person during this disaster has asked which political party they belong to. If only we could maintain that level of compassion and humanity.

    • @DabNaggit
      @DabNaggit Рік тому +1

      Um, we all credit our Republican governor for the incredible response...

  • @1218ac
    @1218ac Рік тому +180

    My great grandmother and grandma are down there right now in Englewood, I am so worried for them I want to cry. I just hope everyone in that area will be ok 😢

    • @iamzhonte7987
      @iamzhonte7987 Рік тому +19

      I’ll pray for them for you🥺💕

    • @mjremy2605
      @mjremy2605 Рік тому +15

      Don't worry, they will be fine. They will have stories to tell you. Be strong. One more day and rescues will begin. May you find peace and your grandmas in fine form.

    • @michaelhirstny
      @michaelhirstny Рік тому +2

      Hope they are safe

    • @vincevice1398
      @vincevice1398 Рік тому +2

      Call them?

    • @annaangol1748
      @annaangol1748 Рік тому +5

      I pray that they are ok. God is good.❤

  • @mks9469
    @mks9469 Рік тому +59

    Goodness!!! Be safe my fellow countrymen in Florida!!
    I hope you have gotten to safety.
    May the Lord protect you!

  • @fbgduval
    @fbgduval 6 місяців тому

    I live in Jacksonville and this storm swerved past right above us. We got a lil rain but that was it. We rarely get hit by hurricanes here. Last one I can remember is Irma. Lost power for 3 days but not too much damage on the westside. Dorian came close but we got no rain, it was just a windstorm.

  • @Chrissie780
    @Chrissie780 Рік тому +97

    I’m on west coast, eye supposed to hit us soon. Our back yard was flooded out before the storm even made landfall. Pray for us please

    • @qualified_dank
      @qualified_dank Рік тому +4

      Stay safe mam I hope you and you family make it out of this safe

    • @lulChalak
      @lulChalak Рік тому +6


    • @goldenway7622
      @goldenway7622 Рік тому +3

      Asking for protection for you and everyone that live where you are. Stay encouraged, I know that’s easy said than done😔 I’m praying for you all.

    • @dondiesel929
      @dondiesel929 Рік тому +2


    • @oldyeller6518
      @oldyeller6518 Рік тому +2

      God bless you and your family

  • @jleyva92
    @jleyva92 Рік тому +9

    Wow devastating hopefully everyone gets the help they need, may god be with you all.

  • @robertamaya8597
    @robertamaya8597 Рік тому +9

    I hope the people and animals were able to make it out alive 💔

  • @nicholep7559
    @nicholep7559 Рік тому +43

    We live in Tampa Florida I plead the blood of Jesus over my windows and my doors we have fallen trees around us and branches everywhere my back porch is leaking quite a bit the winds were howling and scary thank God we're okay my dad is in Manatee County and he is in an old folks Community in a old trailer and he made it as well however the strangest thing is our power was working and it never shut off that was weird I've never seen wind like that I couldn't believe it praise God we made it through my prayers go out to all of you suffering through the storm this was a giant nightmare as of now we're still feeling some howling winds and thuds on our roof

  • @jenna9390
    @jenna9390 Рік тому +2

    Prayers for all affected in the storm, im 80 miles north and still had roof damage

  • @evie7845
    @evie7845 Рік тому +19

    Praying for you all!!!Love from Texas!!!♥️💙

  • @madisonandthespirits
    @madisonandthespirits Рік тому +83

    All the people calling for 911, I really pray for all the families, it is horrific😢

    • @shereeprosser4203
      @shereeprosser4203 Рік тому +16

      911 cannot help them until the storm passes. It's devastating but I wish they would have heed the warnings.

    • @simulationl279
      @simulationl279 Рік тому +2

      Send your thoughts and prayers quick! It will help them!!

    • @maradito
      @maradito Рік тому +2

      Thats funny. They were told to evacuate. God is probably shaking his head right now with disappointment 🤦‍♂️

    • @oldtimer7635
      @oldtimer7635 Рік тому +1

      Florida people have been very naughty for god to punish them like this. Or is it because of De Santis, who knows. You need to mend your ways.

  • @TheLastHoorah841
    @TheLastHoorah841 Рік тому +4

    I live in Cape Coral. I was lucky and didn’t get flooded. Prayers for all those who are suffering

  • @Catmandude
    @Catmandude Рік тому +2

    my heart goes out to all that suffered at this monsters fury.

  • @hollywoood863
    @hollywoood863 Рік тому +22

    Here In Polk the storm has been on us for about 6 hours with wind very strong don’t know how much longer this will last but prayers out to everyone please check on your loved ones

  • @zacharytaylor6677
    @zacharytaylor6677 Рік тому +10

    My deepest condolences to the family and God bless you all 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

    • @oldtimer7635
      @oldtimer7635 Рік тому +1

      Florida people have been very naughty for god to punish them like this. Or is it because of De Santis, who knows. You need to mend your ways.

    • @jon6309
      @jon6309 Рік тому

      @@oldtimer7635 blame the alligators 🐊 😂😂😂

    • @frey8725
      @frey8725 Рік тому

      @@oldtimer7635 Look to yourself. You're awful judgy. Every time you have a hardship, think what you did to make God angry.

  • @ItsSilo
    @ItsSilo Рік тому

    This was the scariest storm I’ve ever experienced. The wind throw me against my front door wall and knocked the wind out me

  • @joe7string
    @joe7string Рік тому +9

    As a direct victim of hurricane Ida last year, I certainly feel for the people in west FL right now. We didn't get the water level like Ian. I hate to say it, but the devastating storms are getting more frequent in the Gulf. With the rise in sea level and global warming together, respect for these storms need to increase along with the threat.

    • @manhoeban
      @manhoeban Рік тому +2

      will California have to suffer this or just around Florida?

    • @joe7string
      @joe7string Рік тому

      @@manhoeban Hurricane Ian will not reach California...

    • @sissyrayself7508
      @sissyrayself7508 Рік тому +2

      HAARP. Not " global warming"

    • @joe7string
      @joe7string Рік тому

      @@sissyrayself7508 perhaps. That would explain the recent trend of a hurricane regaining strength to damage inland areas like New York in the case of "Ida".

    • @dagenius4926
      @dagenius4926 Рік тому +1

      Hurricanes have been DECREASING

  • @Lidi-xp8ju
    @Lidi-xp8ju Рік тому +3

    Prayers to Florida people 🙏🙏🙏

  • @crispy_chicken8468
    @crispy_chicken8468 Рік тому +1

    The part where I live in Florida barely got hit. It was just a bunch of rain and wind. I don't know why they canceled school for the rain. That's literally normal weather for us. But hopefully everyone who got hit is ok.

    • @Quila1125
      @Quila1125 Рік тому

      probably just to play it safe cause you never know. glad your area wasnt hit bad.

    • @kianna270
      @kianna270 Рік тому

      Because school buses can’t drive in over like 40mph winds and much of Florida was getting way over that.

  • @dannykim6218
    @dannykim6218 Рік тому +7

    prayer to all the people that have to go thru this , be safe guys

  • @lovecupcakex642
    @lovecupcakex642 Рік тому +1

    We live where the hurricane is going to impact us with lots of heavy rain and high winds today and tommorrow and apparently my family does not want to leave so I'm kinda worried and all of the schools shut down. But I know that God will protect me and my family! Stay safe with everyone who is impacted by it! ❤

    • @dumbass7254
      @dumbass7254 Рік тому

      i have a question how will god protect you if god doesn’t exactly help us anyway im not an atheist just asking

  • @connormondello1486
    @connormondello1486 6 місяців тому +2

    Hurricane Michael made landfall on the Florida Panhandle as a category 5 storm in October 2018.

  • @jamesfulerten8494
    @jamesfulerten8494 Рік тому +4

    The same kinds of powerful storms happening all over the world today within only weeks ago. So were not alone with is kind of mayhem. Many other nations are going through the same and are just beginning rebuilding after storms struck.

  • @jaketxaz
    @jaketxaz Рік тому +1

    How sad. God bless all who were effected.

  • @karolynnpaige8362
    @karolynnpaige8362 Рік тому +10

    You are all forgetting Michael. 😔 Anyone in the Panama to Big Bend area can tell you what this was capable of.

    • @kristihibdon162
      @kristihibdon162 Рік тому +1

      My mom was in Panama City with hurricane Michael. Devastating :(

    • @leighmealone9756
      @leighmealone9756 Рік тому +1

      I know right!? I was thinking the same thing!!!! 850 strong 🤟🏻 praying for my friends and family down south though..(cape coral )

  • @kennethl1990
    @kennethl1990 Рік тому +31

    I lost my dog today in this hurricane I’m so devastated 😢

    • @Bobanbobic
      @Bobanbobic Рік тому +12

      Dogs are innocent, and I truly am sorry for your loss. 😢

    • @yoselinelara8661
      @yoselinelara8661 Рік тому +7

      I’m so sorry. Sending you love. Stay strong💗💗💗

    • @avrilgolden7569
      @avrilgolden7569 Рік тому +7

      I am so sorry. I have a dog so I can understand your pain. I have lost a cat before. Stay strong.

    • @theengneer5672
      @theengneer5672 Рік тому +6

      I'm sorry for your loss

    • @simplysarah0310
      @simplysarah0310 Рік тому +6

      Awe I’m so sorry about your dog. I have a dog and I love him so much so I can’t imagine your pain. 😢💔

  • @Lane8492
    @Lane8492 9 місяців тому

    My family and I took refuge in our kitchen in our home here in Cape Coral because it was the center most area of our house and being that I have Autism, ADHD and OCD I was checking my front door repetitively hoping the storm surge water was not in our street and I was so thankful to God Almighty that the storm surge water never came to our street our neighborhood.

  • @Caydengaming2557
    @Caydengaming2557 3 місяці тому +1

    Wow, I was in the storm but it wasn’t bad should be just the power went out and we had intense rain and even a tropical tornado and now hurricane Idalia made landfall in Florida, and now is in Canada, and we almost got hit by hurricane Idalia but we just got a bit of rain not that much.

  • @ipaporod
    @ipaporod Рік тому +6

    Ian sounds like the identical twin of 1917 Maria when it passed through Puerto Rico.Almost the same winds force (150 vs 155 miles per hour), trajectory speed and hurricane size!

    • @carolryan2419
      @carolryan2419 Рік тому +1

      Didn't Maria pass through in 2017 instead of 1917 or was there one also in 1917?

    • @hdj81Vlimited
      @hdj81Vlimited Рік тому +2

      @@carolryan2419 huricanes wear there al the time, BUT people came to live in these huricane area's, so NOW it becomes a 20 miljon people problem, while in 1917 it was only 250.000 people who lived there.

  • @digiking3247
    @digiking3247 Рік тому +24

    Even when this storm is over we will be dealing with the remains and pain for weeks, months and even years to come. This his left another scar on florida for years to come. So many lives altered and ended. Normal life wont be the same again.

    • @Ak-lp5up
      @Ak-lp5up Рік тому +1

      Oh damn people died ?? Damnnn

    • @LxiEQ
      @LxiEQ Рік тому +3

      @@Ak-lp5up yeah many folks drown or even trapped in unreachable areas that cuts off their circulation.

    • @LxiEQ
      @LxiEQ Рік тому +1

      i say months maybe 1.5 year tops. so much damage and repairs and planning they have to do to recover and help themselves and the city needs

    • @Dakidpepe
      @Dakidpepe Рік тому +1

      Hurricane season isn't over yet

    • @mastervz4806
      @mastervz4806 Рік тому

      @@Ak-lp5up no

  • @jackhappy6592
    @jackhappy6592 Рік тому +16

    If this guy could just tell us the news instead of trying to win a academy award that would be great.

    • @holyishe7903
      @holyishe7903 Рік тому +4

      Great comment LOl maybe he just loves his job

    • @youknow6607
      @youknow6607 Рік тому +2


    • @guillermoelnino
      @guillermoelnino Рік тому +2

      ​@@holyishe7903 a main stream news anchor loving his job? no amount of drugs can make that a reality

  • @ieatfebreze
    @ieatfebreze Рік тому +2

    The sad thing is I’ve heard some homeless people had nowhere to go. They just sat in that storm and accepted it, completely depressing.

  • @jen-a-purr
    @jen-a-purr Рік тому +1

    As a Floridian this is terrifying. This is why I won’t live on or near a coastline.

  • @waliahmed1747
    @waliahmed1747 Рік тому +1

    Hopefully everyone is okay and safe

  • @Affirmbuttress
    @Affirmbuttress Рік тому +9

    Being a major downer but I think some people who took this footage might not make it.

  • @bigd2665
    @bigd2665 Рік тому +4

    Praying for all of the people in Florida.❤🙏

  • @ereynoldful3974
    @ereynoldful3974 Рік тому +1

    I'm right on the GA FL line literally near Okefenokee Swamp and headwaters of the Suwannee river 2 milea drom the FL line and we are already getting strong gusts here. A lot of people coming up 41 to evacuate but I just have a bad feeling about this storm. Micheal 2as supposed to hit us but turned towards the panhandle last minute. So i know it can turn and change course a bit. Really having a bad feeling but maybe it's worry about my friend in winter park FL,anyone in the comments in or near Orlando FL? If so how is it?

    • @briannelee7806
      @briannelee7806 Рік тому +1

      I’m in Winter Garden, it’s a cat 1 now and nothing serious has happened here. Just feels like a heavy rainstorm with strong winds. Winter Park is 30 minutes east of here, I’m guessing it’s the same for them or slightly better.

  • @Nate4TheWrld
    @Nate4TheWrld Рік тому +1

    Wtf man🤦🏽‍♂️ I pray for everybody that had to go through this madness… god bless you all

  • @thehound6061
    @thehound6061 Рік тому

    *Paragraph 3 of 6.* _The UN is supporting a design for a new floating city that can house the homeless._ Unlike instances in the past when these futuristic designs have been met with skepticism, the executive director of the _United Nations Human Settlement Programme_ (UN-Habitat), Maimunah Mohd Sharif, said the UN would support and shepherd this project to fruition. "Everybody on the team actually wants to get this built," said Marc Collins, the CEO of _Oceanix,_ a company that builds floating structures. "We're not just theorizing." P

  • @elenormonen6722
    @elenormonen6722 5 місяців тому

    Wow I hope everyone was safe I’m so glad I did not live in Florida at that time

  • @sarahlachman1349
    @sarahlachman1349 Рік тому +35

    They don't call em "BARRIER ISLANDS" for nothing , sadly people build cheap buildings on them, which are ok, until the "BIG ONE" Hits.
    They hould have learned from Hurricane Charley in 04 hit them, to vacate before the storm, anyone there was either a brave storm chaser or a foolish person
    Prayers to the hundreds now homeless , and jobless due to the storms rath.
    We in Tampa owe you guys once again for the sacrafice keeping the city safe from this fate once more.

    • @athena3865
      @athena3865 Рік тому

      This is bigger than Charley.

    • @kiaxxv
      @kiaxxv Рік тому

      Tampa no Bay

    • @hdj81Vlimited
      @hdj81Vlimited Рік тому

      Or build a concrete house.........instead they build a wooden walmart house..........

  • @davidmateo619
    @davidmateo619 Рік тому +2

    Thank you for the coverage I’m shocked

  • @jordanmoser1120
    @jordanmoser1120 Рік тому

    “What I’ve found is when people start talking about things like global warming, they typically use that as a pretext to do a bunch of left-wing things that they would want to do anyways. And so we’re not doing any left-wing stuff,” DeSantis said at a Tuesday news conference.”

  • @Gigachad19535
    @Gigachad19535 Рік тому

    Crazy thing is I was in it it's was a category 4 about 155 Mph winds my house roof was destroyed later coast guard came out and loaded us up it was the scariest thing of my life.

  • @zehra4676
    @zehra4676 Рік тому +2

    One thing that can happen if this keeps going on is Florida being gone because some places from the past sank in the ocean because it flooded so Florida might go away 😢😢😢 but thank god some of us don’t have to go through this bad situation ❤❤🙏🙏

    • @duaneafields
      @duaneafields Рік тому +7


    • @exarchyrel3056
      @exarchyrel3056 Рік тому

      I hope nobody is water boarding in fort myers besides I saw two people on person was speeding on his golf cart on the flooded spots and some keep holding a rope on a freaking surf board so when I saw I was like "wtf dude why would you go waterboarding, IN THE HURRICANE FLOODWATERS!"

  • @imcornpop3075
    @imcornpop3075 Рік тому +1

    I live in Riverview, South of Tampa and we are all without power. There is debris all over the place. Power went out around 3 in the afternoon.

  • @stilllovingu
    @stilllovingu Рік тому +3

    My family and all people in florida will be safe Inchaallah ya Rabb 🤲🤲🤲🙏🙏🙏

  • @lovecupcakex642
    @lovecupcakex642 Рік тому +1

    hurricane ian is now in the atlantic ocean and is heading for north carolina and south carolina! Stay safe guys!

  • @sharronflowers3772
    @sharronflowers3772 5 місяців тому +1

    I don't know why people sit and wait until the last minute before trying to move to a safe place and expect others to put their lives in danger because they trying to save things

  • @Hewhogreetswithfjre
    @Hewhogreetswithfjre Рік тому +2

    I always wonder where do the wild animals go in a case like this?

  • @karenfyhr2363
    @karenfyhr2363 Рік тому +4

    Prayers to all in Florida.....

  • @treserandhartung
    @treserandhartung Рік тому

    I live in englewood, absolutely devastated… this was a horrible disaster.

  • @roberts3423
    @roberts3423 Рік тому +5

    Everyone got a warning of this storm before it even came, how could anyone still be there?

    • @freegedankenzurbaukunst5613
      @freegedankenzurbaukunst5613 Рік тому

      Floridians 🤪

    • @justspeed1696
      @justspeed1696 Рік тому

      They be like... "meh we survived many hurricanes we can survive this one"

    • @followme2748
      @followme2748 Рік тому +1

      Not everyone got money to leave and God does protect people because he created the storm he created everything.

    • @kianna270
      @kianna270 Рік тому

      A lot of people have strong ass houses. For the people on the beach, I can’t say but I understand not wanting to leave your home knowing it won’t be there when you get back. It’s hard. Also this hurricane strengthens to a major hurricane overnight.

  • @ruivinhalhp
    @ruivinhalhp Рік тому

    😱Meu Deus 🥺

  • @jsnjcnt
    @jsnjcnt Рік тому +4

    I hope nobody was injured. That is high storm surge. Prayers.

  • @zay7576
    @zay7576 Рік тому +1

    I’m in Cape Coral but not flood zone thankfully but still got a lot of damage

  • @paulrevere9348
    @paulrevere9348 Рік тому

    Other than some business which use landlines to connect their credit card machines to banking networks. No one uses a phone anymore that requires a wire to the home. The telephone manholes are now used only for fiber optic cables which are only 1 inch in diameter. All the cables in the telephone vaults are pressurized and waterproof. Fiber optic cables use only 3% of the space in the telephone cable vault's conduits.

  • @lucysantiago2067
    @lucysantiago2067 Рік тому

    😔 It's so sad how bad it's getting every time hurricane hit Florida but The Bible say a lot of things will come to this world things that you can even imagine that it will happen past end days get closer to the world

  • @hjz2011
    @hjz2011 Рік тому +10

    Florida hasn't encountered a hurricane for five years. Prior to 2016, almost 11 years went by without a single hurricane landfall anywhere in Florida.

  • @STARGUN8687
    @STARGUN8687 Рік тому

    Damn, these are sick waves! Surfboard enjoyers probably have blessed season.

  • @tammimccormick7300
    @tammimccormick7300 Рік тому +1

    As bad as they kept saying this storm was going up be for days . It seems a lot stayed and did not

  • @ferrahscl0set..
    @ferrahscl0set.. Рік тому

    But still I pray 4 the people in Florida 🙏

  • @Yourlocalbaddie7
    @Yourlocalbaddie7 Рік тому

    My uncle lives in Florida I hope he's okay..

  • @SlimSlime575
    @SlimSlime575 Рік тому +5

    I honestly love this this is God's way of telling these people they are evil

    • @lovecupcakex642
      @lovecupcakex642 Рік тому +2

      Your right! Maybe this is a sign from God?

    • @valmaks9531
      @valmaks9531 Рік тому

      I believe this is karma for everything US is doing around the world.

    • @jennyanthony2503
      @jennyanthony2503 Рік тому +3

      ​@@lovecupcakex642 it isn't. it's just nature.

  • @stefanobradovic7915
    @stefanobradovic7915 Рік тому +2

    This is terrible, I sincerely hope that it will pass and there will be as few casualties as possible, and the damage will be repaired. But do you ever wonder if this is deserved by nature, by God?? Have you been playing master of the world for a long time?

  • @Wyrtrix
    @Wyrtrix Рік тому +3

    prayers for everyone in florida

  • @broheme8922
    @broheme8922 Рік тому +2

    You say your car -- the car you left sitting in a ground level parking lot 50 feet off the beach where a Cat 4 hurricane was forecast to hit -- got flooded? Well that's weird. No way you could have seen that coming.

    • @SWFLAerialGuy
      @SWFLAerialGuy 8 місяців тому

      There is no raised parking on Fort Myers beach.

    • @broheme8922
      @broheme8922 8 місяців тому

      @@SWFLAerialGuy Sounds like a great reason (along with several hundred others) to leave Fort Meyers BEFORE the well advertised hurricane hits.

    • @SWFLAerialGuy
      @SWFLAerialGuy 8 місяців тому

      @@broheme8922 While I can't speak for everyone, I can say this. Many people didn't evacuate because of two reasons. It's expensive, and many didn't have the money to leave. And two, because of looters.

  • @moscowmitchmcconnell4200
    @moscowmitchmcconnell4200 Рік тому

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  • @lionsofwar6851
    @lionsofwar6851 Рік тому +6

    Respect the earth she will Respect us

  • @taylornativi9457
    @taylornativi9457 Рік тому +4

    This is so sad. 😢

    • @dumbass7254
      @dumbass7254 Рік тому

      This is really common though sadly

  • @jessica25864
    @jessica25864 Рік тому +2

    This is insane…😮

  • @nezhaulcoyotl85
    @nezhaulcoyotl85 Рік тому +1

    we in canada got hit by fiona last week it took a two story apartment out to sea luckly we only lost one person but the power is out for many still

  • @leonardmayer2362
    @leonardmayer2362 Рік тому +1

    The question is how can you prevent damage to coastal communities by hurricane? What can you do to prepare for the onslaught? What is the impact that you want to deter? You do not have to imagine the damage. You can see it now.

  • @theropesofrenovation9352
    @theropesofrenovation9352 Рік тому

    Was terrifying in Wauchula.

  • @rancehamilton4683
    @rancehamilton4683 Рік тому +3

    I still don’t understand why you’d leave your car there. You literally had days to leave

  • @DiggidyDenman
    @DiggidyDenman Рік тому +9

    Damn, imagine sharks swimming through the streets

    • @cyrusmufc2914
      @cyrusmufc2914 Рік тому +8

      Big possibility, warm water, 9ft water, by the beach.

      @CHUCKIEBANDZ Рік тому +2

      Thats what i was thinkin bout. Its definitely gone be sharks

    • @bishop51807
      @bishop51807 Рік тому +4

      Some people knew there would be sharks as well as alligators and cottonmouths, Florida is a God damn swamp.

    • @FernandoMartinez-pv1id
      @FernandoMartinez-pv1id Рік тому

      This is the kind of thing that would keep me from ever staying behind for a hurricane.

  • @monkeybusiness6862
    @monkeybusiness6862 Рік тому

    These are the component to create *Homeless Shelter Villages* [HSV] using _Pallet Shelter's_ existing HSV products: the _Community Room_ sells for $37,000, the _Bathroom_ costs $35,000, and the _Services Office_ costs $9,000. So for only $81,000 a city can establish a HSV. The two person _Shelter 64_ costs $7,000. 100 X $7,000 = $700,000. For $781,000 the city can establish a HSV for 200 residents. For $160 million a city can establish 205 HSVs to shelter 41,000 residents.

  • @evanpaulsmithfalconfogolin6147

    The reporters knowingly sacrificed the rentals cars for their expedition.

  • @donpaynter1980
    @donpaynter1980 Рік тому

    You know exactly what you get living
    In Florida.
    This could happen every year.

  • @Dizzz127
    @Dizzz127 Рік тому +5

    Hope they purchased the extra insurance on those rental cars considering they just admitted on live television that they parked them in an area that they expected to get flooded.

    • @duaneafields
      @duaneafields Рік тому

      funny thing, when you live down here, most ins companies will not cover flooding. they all tell you to evacuate or get to higher land, that there is pleanty time to move your vehicle.

    • @FernandoMartinez-pv1id
      @FernandoMartinez-pv1id Рік тому

      What are did anyone not expect to flood?

  • @thewallsthatracistsbuild8506

    _The UN is supporting a design for a new floating city that can house the homeless while withstanding a Category 5 hurricane_ What once seemed like the moonshot vision of tech billionaires and idealistic architects could soon become a concrete solution to several of the world's most pressing challenges. At a United Nations roundtable on Wednesday, a group of builders, engineers, and architects debuted a concept for an affordable floating city. Unlike instances in the past when these futuristic designs have been met with skepticism, the executive director of the _United Nations Human Settlement Programme_ (UN-Habitat), Maimunah Mohd Sharif, said the UN would support and shepherd this project to fruition. "Everybody on the team actually wants to get this built," said Marc Collins, the CEO of _Oceanix,_ a company that builds floating structures. "We're not just theorizing."

  • @user-lw1kp1si4u
    @user-lw1kp1si4u 3 місяці тому

    For Those Who Think It's A Cat 4 So The NOAA Upgraded Hurricane Ian Into A Category 5 Hurricane So The Max Recorded Winds Were 155 Mph The Biggest Diffrence Is That The Noaa Give The Winds 160 mph or 260 Killiometers Whats Confusing Is That In The Noaa Historical Hurricane Tracks Office Center If You Search Ian In Storms It Says That The Caterogy Was 5 But The Max Winds Were 155 So This Proves That Hurricane Ian Had Confusing Winds So I Don't Know What To Say So Bye

  • @RatusMax
    @RatusMax Рік тому

    So far by the videos it looks GREAT! All the buildings are standing and looking clean! Unless the real survey will star tomorrow or 2 days from now.

  • @ismailraja8734
    @ismailraja8734 Рік тому

    God Bless Florida

  • @iliketocomment8144
    @iliketocomment8144 Рік тому +6

    Gators, snakes and even sharks everywhere.

  • @5dimension237
    @5dimension237 Рік тому

    for sure neighbors are helping, Floridians are like that, we are strong and proud to help our neighbors.

  • @rohitnandu9169
    @rohitnandu9169 Рік тому +1

    Nature is trying really hard to restore the balance it seems!

  • @LuisFer306
    @LuisFer306 Рік тому

    God bless America

  • @bornwin-sx9oz
    @bornwin-sx9oz Рік тому

    Lee County authorities said deaths may be in the hundreds. Sad.

  • @kamikazi777
    @kamikazi777 Рік тому +1

    Ol Sheps coverage of Katrina catapulted his career to big big bucks.

  • @emilyc5625
    @emilyc5625 Рік тому +3

    Wow this was supposed to be Tampa . They got lucky

  • @Reality_26
    @Reality_26 Рік тому

    Prayers for everyone.🙏🙏🙏 But did anyone else notice the crab riding the back of the fridge.

  • @soylentgreen738
    @soylentgreen738 Рік тому

    *Paragraph 5 of 5.* *Build and anchor these floating cities for the homeless ON LAND that has already been flooded or will be flooded in the future.* _The UN is supporting a design for a new floating city that can house the homeless while withstanding a Category 5 hurricane_ _Oceanix_ envisions the villages within about a mile of major coastal cities. The platforms could also be towed to safer locations in the event of a disaster. The platforms would be bolstered by Biorock, a material created by exposing underwater minerals to an electric current. This leads to the formation of a limestone coating that's three times harder than concrete, but can still be made to float. The substance becomes stronger with age and can even repair itself as long as it's still exposed to the current. This allows it to withstand harsh weather conditions. "Cities really start and fail by how well they manage water," engineer Bry Sarté told the UN on Wednesday. In a disaster scenario, machine generators could pull air from the atmosphere, condense it into water, and filter it for impurities like metal or bacteria. These machines pull clean drinking water out of thin air, and they might be a solution to the global water crisis.* In addition to homes, the city would feature a spiritual center, cultural center, and communal library, where residents could rent computers and bicycles as well as books. All buildings would be constructed out of sustainable materials like timber and bamboo. They're also designed to be disassembled so that future generations of architects can reconfigure the concept.

  • @chrismadaj8751
    @chrismadaj8751 Рік тому +1

    It's a hurricane what do you expect GOD BLESS TO ALL

  • @larrysmith9480
    @larrysmith9480 Рік тому +1

    My heart just keeps thanking you and thanking you #Drosaba for all You have done for me,you gave me your words that you could heal any sickness or disease thank you for permanently curing me of my herpes virus you are amazing

  • @Duckling_YT_
    @Duckling_YT_ Рік тому

    It is coming towards me right now 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

  • @RegeniasMinkOil
    @RegeniasMinkOil Рік тому +4

    Excellent reporting

  • @moscowmitchmcconnell4200
    @moscowmitchmcconnell4200 Рік тому

    *3 of 4* Those with income pay rent which is 10% of their net income to the *Homeless Shelter Village* [HSV] for their 2 person _Shelter 64;_ and 20% of their net income as rent for the 4 person _Shelter 100._ Their rent money goes to pay for: *childcare for working parents,* and one free meal per day; in the *Community-Room.*