At least 770,000 people remained without electricity in the US State of Florida this past weekend following the passage of Hurricane Ian, which has left over 80 casualties nationwide, it was reported.
Hurricane Ian made landfall as a Class 4 storm in the US State of Florida. It is deemed extremely dangerous, with winds of up to 240 kilometers per hour.
Hurricane Ian left Cuba with no electricity Tuesday night as it caused major damage to the island's network on its way to Florida. Only the few who have access to gasoline-powered generators were spared from the full-scale blackout.