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Column: Hao mai ka makani pāhili, e‘e mai ke kai

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                In this photo taken with a drone, debris from destroyed buildings swept from the beachfront lies amid damaged homes, two days after the passage of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers Beach, Fla., on Friday.

    ASSOCIATED PRESS

    In this photo taken with a drone, debris from destroyed buildings swept from the beachfront lies amid damaged homes, two days after the passage of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers Beach, Fla., on Friday.

Synopsis: The hurricane that hit Florida was potent. It was ranked at No. 5 among all Florida hurricanes. Despite the warnings, there are still people who chose to stay on or who did not have the means to leave. Read more

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