David Begnaud got a look from the air at the catastrophic damage that Hurricane Ian left behind. The cost to rebuild could be in the tens of billions. He describes what he saw.
Published: 2022-09-29 06:52 pm
Aerial views reveal widespread destruction in Florida

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