Video shows Hurricane Ian obliterate an entire section of Fort Myers

Stunning footage of Hurricane Ian’s attack in Florida shows tornadoes lashing homes in Fort Myers on Wednesday. Strong winds and unseasonal sheets of rain.

An apocalyptic clip posted on Storyful shows floodwaters swallowing homes throughout the stricken city.

85,000 city coastal areas were early Overwhelmed by the historic storm, Some structures are completely submerged and others are floating.

A house in the clip appears to have collapsed into a mound of rubble.

Hurricane Ian’s Haymaker landed in the area after 3 p.m. with winds of up to 125 mph.

Other footage captured during the devastation showed floodwaters rapidly filling buildings and cars.

Fort Myers officials imposed a 6 p.m. curfew on Wednesday that will last for at least 48 hours.

Shellshock residents were urged to boil water on Wednesday night after a storm caused a power outage at a treatment plant.

The structures were completely submerged and others kept floating.
Houses and buildings were completely submerged in water.
Lonnie Architects via Storyful
Hurricane Ian
The storm hit land at 125 mph.
Lonnie Architects via Storyful

Ian caused similar devastation to homes in Naples, breaking the roofs of some structures and leveling others.

Another video from Cape Coral shows a backyard roof structure under strong winds before suddenly breaking down completely and blowing away.

Government Ron DeSantis Hurricane Sunshine on Wednesday said Hurricane Sunshine would rank as one of the worst the state has ever seen — along with the Labor Day hurricanes of 1935, Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and Hurricane Michael in 2018.

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