Hurricane Ian killed has at least 19 people in America's Florida and has left around 2 million people without power. The storm flooded large parts of the state and caused widespread damage, which included turning several buildings into rubble, uprooting trees, and destroying infrastructure close to the coast. The storm made landfall on Wednesday.
Rescue personnel search a flooded trailer park after Hurricane Ian passed by the area in Fort Myers, Florida.
An airplane lies in a ditch at the Punta Gorda Airport in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, in Punta Gorda, Florida.
A first responder with Orange County Fire Rescue makes her way through floodwaters looking for residents of a neighborhood needing help in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Orlando, Florida. Climate change added at least 10% more rain to Hurricane Ian, a study prepared immediately after the storm shows.
Displaced boats rest lie strewn along the San Carlos Boulevard, one day of the passage of Hurricane Ian, in Fort Myers Beach, Florida.
In this frame grab from video provided by Bobby Pratt, people walk along the Times Square area of Fort Myers Beach, Florida after Hurricane Ian tore through the area.
Boats are stacked up against the Port Sanibel Marina Motel after Hurricane Ian ran through the area in Fort Meers, Florida.
A mobile home community sustained damage caused by Hurricane Ian as seen in this aerial view in Fort Myers, Florida.
Debris is piled up at the end of a cove following heavy winds and storm surge caused by Hurricane Ian in Barefoot Beach, Florida.
Owner Robert Leisure walks into what used to be the gift shop of the Getaway Marina in Fort Myers Beach, Florida.
This aerial photo shows damaged homes and debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers Beach, Florida.
Cars drive on a flooded street caused by Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Florida.
A boat displaced by Hurricane Ian rests atop a car in Fort Myers Beach, Florida.