Days after landfall, dangers persist, even worsening in some places

The confirmed death toll from Hurricane Ian, which slammed the southeast United States last week, rose to at least 81 in Florida alone, officials said on Monday.

There were several fatalities in Cuba and North Carolina as well, though no official toll was available.

Ian, one of the most powerful storms to hit the United States, flattened entire neighborhoods and knocked out power lines and bridges as it made landfall on Florida's southwestern coast last Wednesday.... Read More: i24