Journalist describes Hurricane Ian’s destruction in her home city of Naples, Florida



The flooding from Hurricane Ian is so bad in some Florida communities that relief agencies and others are having trouble getting to where they need to be. Journalists are also unable to reach these areas. Wendy Powell, the editor of the Naples Daily News, lives in Naples and is dealing with the storm’s aftermath herself. She joined Judy Woodruff to discuss the disaster.

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