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DeSantis: More than 700 confirmed rescues in southwest Florida

More relief is on the way for people who were affected by Hurricane Ian in Florida, according to Gov. Ron DeSantis. Fuel generators, tarps for families and high-water ladders are being distributed across the state to get to those in need. "There are more ambulances, more food, water and ice, more fuel generators going to the southwestern Florida region," DeSantis said during a news conference Thursday at the Florida Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee. "We are bringing in more tarps, bringing in kits for parents of infants and toddlers to give them 10 days' worth of support and bringing in more high-water ladders." MORE: https://bit.ly/3UODfj4 10 Tampa Bay is keeping you ahead of Hurricane Ian: FORECAST: https://www.wtsp.com/article/weather/hurricane/hurricane-ian-track-forecast-tampa-bay-florida/67-a5108c26-6f56-4796-ae45-25075d2c6065 TRACKING THE DAMAGE: https://www.wtsp.com/article/weather/hurricane/hurricane-ian-florida-damage-tracking/67-eb658ac7-b50a-474b-8f02-982aea9c95c7 WHAT HAS REOPENED: https://www.wtsp.com/article/weather/hurricane/grocery-stores-airports-travel-businesses-reopen-hurricane-ian/67-3bb1c1d2-2519-4be0-a274-9899b8155883 #Ian | #FLwx
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