Drone Captures 'Massive Flooding' in Daytona Beach After Hurricane Ian

Officials worked to restore nearly two million power outages on Friday, September 30, after Hurricane Ian damaged a large swath of Florida, according to the Florida Division of Emergency Management.

The City of Daytona issued a curfew urging residents to stay indoors amid recovery operations.

State officials were “considering” on Friday whether at least 21 deaths were caused by the storm, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Drone footage posted by the Daytona Beach Police Department on Friday shows “massive flooding” in a Daytona Beach residential neighborhood. Credit: Daytona Beach Police Department via Storyful

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