After devastating Florida, Ian becomes a hurricane again and heads for South Carolina: Live updates

Published September 29, 2022 at 7:58 AM EDT
A first responder with Orange County Fire Rescue makes her way through floodwaters looking for residents of a neighborhood needing help in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian on Thursday in Orlando, Fla.
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A first responder with Orange County Fire Rescue makes her way through floodwaters looking for residents of a neighborhood needing help in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian on Thursday in Orlando, Fla.

A day after creating historic flooding in Florida and leaving much of the state without power, Ian is out over the Atlantic and heading toward South Carolina, where it is expected to make its second U.S. landfall on Friday.

Here's what we're following:

Local updates: The latest from Miami; The latest from Tampa Bay

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