Los primeros informes hablan de los impresionantes daños sufridos en la emblemática isla de Sanibel, aún separada del continente por el derrumbe del puente

A cement-like mixture of sand, muck and oil cloaks everything on Sanibel Island, one of two barrier islands renowned for their sandy beaches and seashells where Hurricane Ian particularly focused its fury.

The mixture smeared across Carolyn Bradbury Schwartz’s face and filled her boots as she bicycled through the hurricane’s destruction, stopping every few minutes to find a stick and poke the sludge out of her bike’s fenders.

First responders ferried her off the island the day after the Category 4 storm nearly leveled her home of nine years, but she sneaked back — three days in a row — to

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