Dozens are dead from Ian, one of the strongest and costliest U.S. storms

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In this aerial photo made in a flight provided by mediccorps.org, damage from Hurricane Ian is seen on Estero Island in Fort Myers Beach, Fla., on Friday.

At least 30 people were confirmed dead, including 27 in Florida. The powerful storm terrorized millions for most of the week, hitting western Cuba before raking across Florida and then South Carolina.

(Image credit: Gerald Herbert/AP)

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