The strongest hurricane of this season caused a huge disaster in Florida. According to Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno, hundreds of people are victims. Hurricane Ian, which hit Florida the night before yesterday evening and raged there throughout the day, has hundreds of victims, according to the first unofficial information. “I don’t have confirmed numbers, but I know for sure that the number of deaths is in the hundreds. We have thousands of people waiting to be rescued,” Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno told ABC. Lee County is home to cities like Port Myers and Cape Coral, which were the first to be hit by the hurricane. In neighboring Charlotte County, the first six victims have already been confirmed. The first known victim is a Volusia County man who went outside during the hurricane Thursday night to drain his pool. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis named the aforementioned cities as the most devastated. The huge floods, which caused waves several meters high, were the worst in the last 500 years. Millions of people are still without power in Florida, and about 2.5 million people are being evacuated from the hardest hit areas. Hurricane Ian Hurricane Ian first devastated Cuba, then moved north. During that time, it strengthened to a Category 4 hurricane, even reaching the Category 5 mark before entering Florida. He was the first to hit the south, or southeast of the territory of this peninsula. It moved through central Florida, where it weakened and made its way back over the Atlantic. Currently, it is expected that strong wind and rain will affect the states of Georgia and South Carolina, but to a much lesser extent.