More than a week after Hurricane Ian, Florida residents frustrated with state and federal response

(CNN) — Residents in southwestern Florida have been bearing the brunt of Hurricane Ian, and frustration with the government response is beginning to set in a little more than a week since the storm slammed into the state.

And while the local, state and federal governments have called upon the National Guard, opened Disaster Recovery Centers and are surveying damage, residents told CNN they’ve had to contend with long lines for assistance, long wait times on the phone and some have felt their entire communities were overlooked completely.

Susan Tadey told CNN Thursday she’d been waiting in line at the

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