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                                Garbage is piled outside the Gladiolus Food Pantry in Harlem Heights, Fla. The Gladiolus Food Pantry usually hands out supplies on Wednesdays to about 240 families so when Hurricane Ian swept through that day and canceled their distribution it was full of flats of canned black beans, bags of rice, meats, bread and produce — food that helps families hurting from rising rents and inflation make ends meet. By Saturday afternoon much of that food was in the garbage.
Poor Florida neighborhood battered by flood tries to recover

By the weekend, much of that food was in the garbage, the floors were still wet and muddy from the floodwaters that had filled the room, and the pantry’s founder and director, Miriam Ortiz, was worried about what would become of her neighborhood as she worked to get the pantry she started nine years ago up and running again. Read more

                                A classic American car drives past utility poles tilted by Hurricane Ian in Pinar del Rio, Cuba, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
Cuba in the dark after hurricane knocks out power grid

Cuba remained in the dark early Wednesday after Hurricane Ian knocked out its power grid and devastated some of the country’s most important tobacco farms when it hit the island’s western tip as a major storm. Read more

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