Dozens still missing a week after Hurricane Ian decimated Lee County barrier islands 

FORT MYERS BEACH, Fla. – A week after Hurricane Ian made landfall in Southwest Florida, dozens of families are still waiting to hear if their loved ones are alive.  Despite mandatory evacuation orders from Lee County leaders, many decided to weather the storm on the barrier islands of Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel and Captiva.  In the days following, search and rescue teams have been able to rescue hundreds of people alive, but have also recovered the remains of 55 people in Lee County alone.  Despite the number of people rescued, dozens remain missing. One of those people is 73-year-old James

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