Hurricane Ian made landfall in USA's Florida on Wednesday. It's a powerful category four storm. It has left around 2.5 million people without power, caused flooding at several locations, and 8-12 inches of rainfall since its landfall, according to CNN.
A displaced boat sits beside the roadway in the southeast corner of Cape Coral as the winds of Hurricane Ian continue to strike the flood-soaked streets.
A man stands in the middle 7th Street in Ybor City on the rains soaked streets, a few hours before the high winds from Hurricane Ian hit Tampa, Florida.
This image provided by the Naples Fire Rescue Department shows a firefighter carrying gear in water from the storm surge from Hurricane Ian in Naples, Florida.
A truck pulls a man on a kayak on a low-lying road after flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, in Key West, Florida.
People in raincoats walk along International Drive in Orlando, Florida as the first effects of Hurricane Ian are felt in central Florida.
King Point resident Maria Esturilho is escorted by her son Tony Esturilho as they leave behind the damage from an apparent overnight tornado spawned from Hurricane Ian at Kings Point 55+ community in Delray Beach, Florida.
Robert and Donna Antognoni work to secure a tarp ahead of Hurricane Ian in Saint Petersburg, Florida. The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Ian's most damaging winds have begun hitting Florida's southwest coast as the storm approaches landfall.
An airplane overturned by a likely tornado produced by the outer bands of Hurricane Ian is shown at North Perry Airport in Pembroke Pines, Florida.
In this photo provided by Dr. Birgit Bodine, various containers and clothes soak up floodwater near debris at an area at HCA Florida Fawcett Hospital in Port Charlotte, Florida. Hurricane Ian swamped the Florida hospital from both above and below, the storm surge flooding its lower level emergency room while fierce winds tore part of its fourth floor roof from its intensive care unit, according to Bodine, who works there.