China News Service, September 30. According to comprehensive US media reports, on the 29th local time, "Ian", which was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm, has killed at least 15 people since it made landfall in Florida.

  According to CNN, "Ian" hit southwest Florida on the 28th, turning streets into rivers and blowing down trees, setting off a storm surge.

Homes were flooded, roads were cut, and power was lost to millions of Florida residents.

  At least 15 people have died from Storm Ian in southwest and central Florida so far.

  The National Hurricane Research Center said it is expected that "Ian" will be upgraded to a hurricane again and make landfall in South Carolina for the second time on the 30th.

  The research center once said that when "Ian" landed on the southwest coast of Florida on the 28th, the maximum sustained wind speed reached 240 kilometers per hour, which is "extremely dangerous".

  According to the Associated Press, the intensity of "Ian" when it made landfall made it the fifth largest hurricane in U.S. history, and about 2.5 million people were ordered to evacuate before it made landfall.