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Hurricane Ian wreaks havoc as planes flipped over and buildings fully underwater

Daily Mirror reports.Despite the storm's winds bringing utter devastation to the region, it has only been classified as a Category 4 storm, shy of Category 5 which is the most severe classification given to storms that have winds as strong as 157mph.READ MORE: TV reporter hilariously uses condom to protect microphone during Hurricane IanOver 1.5million local residents have suffered power outages, with millions more ordered to evacuate their homes, while other areas have had curfews introduced.The US National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned: "Life-threatening storm surge, catastrophic winds and flooding in the Florida Peninsula".Ken Graham, director of the National Weather Service said: "This is a storm that we will talk about for many years to come, an historic event."Florida's Governor Ron DeSantis said that Ian had generated life-threatening storm surges – waves of wind-driven seawater flooding along the coast – of up to 12 feet in some places.Shortly after the hurricane made landfall, the town of Fort Myers Beach was almost completely submerged, with videos circulating on social media showing just the roofs of people's homes.In terms of its sustained wind speeds, which peaked at 155mph before landfall, Ian ranks as one of the most ferocious hurricanes to strike the US mainland in recent years.The Weather Channel reported that Ian made landfall in the exact same point on Cayo Costa where Hurricane Charley came ashore in 2004 as a Category 4 storm.Even as Ian lashed Florida's Gulf Coast with fierce winds and drenching rains in the final hours before it swept ashore, authorities warned residents it was too late for anyone who had yet to evacuate to safely do so.The region is filled with mobile home parks, which most

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The Chase fans were left stunned and impressed by a contestant’s “incredible” job.As viewers tuned in to the latest episode of the ITV game show, contestant Joe stepped up to the podium to take on Bradley Walsh in his cash builder round.When asked what he did for a living, fans were shocked to discover he worked as an aerospace engineer. He told Bradley: “I work for airbus assembling spacecraft for the European Space Agency.”Brad immediately responded in shock telling him: “Wow! That’s cool!”READ MORE: The Chase viewers mock Bradley Walsh over 'embarrassing' question blunderJoe elaborated: “We receive instruments and experiments from institutes all around Europe, Japan, The US, and when they come into our laboratories we test them on the bench and on the spacecraft, assemble and then take it to Florida to launch it.”Viewers were left further impressed when he admitted that his hobby is training to be an aerobatics pilot.He further went on to reveal that he won a British silver medal for modern jive following his love of dance.Viewers at home were blown away by the contestant's impressive CV.One gushed: “Blumming eck Joe better smash it seems like an impressive fella! [sic]”“WOW! Joe is brilliant! He should be a chaser!” added a second.A third penned: “Joe is class! Incredible career.
Florida, Spanish pronunciation: is the southernmost contiguous state in the United States. The state is bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico, to the northwest by Alabama, to the north by Georgia, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, and to the south by the Straits of Florida. The state's capital, Tallahassee, was established as such in 1823 by the second session of the territorial legislature. Florida is the 22nd-most extensive (65,755 sq mi or 170,300 km2), the 3rd-most populous (21,477,737 inhabitants), and the 8th-most densely populated (384.3/sq mi or 148.4/km2) of the U.S. states.