Ahead of Hurricane Ian’s projected landfall along Florida’s west coast as a Category 4 storm, authorities are preparing for potentially devastating impact brought by dangerous winds, heavy rain and a storm surge of up to 12 feet. Public relations manager and public information officer for Charlotte County, Florida, Todd Dunn, joins News NOW to share how his community is preparing for the hurricane to make landfall and what kind of damage residents could expect to see after the storm.
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‘Hide From The Wind, Run From The Water’ As Hurricane Ian Makes Landfall, Florida Authorities Warn