China News Agency, San Francisco, November 10. On the 10th local time, Tropical Storm "Nicole" hit Florida in the southeastern United States and killed at least 2 people.

  CNN reported on the 10th that "Nicole" made landfall in Florida as a Category 1 hurricane that day, and was subsequently downgraded to a tropical storm.

The Associated Press reported that "Nicole" was the first hurricane to make landfall in Florida in November since 1985, and the third hurricane in November since records began in 1853.

The Orange County Sheriff's Office said Nicole damaged power lines as she passed through the county on the morning of the 10th, resulting in the electrocution of a man and a woman.

  The storm wreaked havoc on homes and bridges across Florida and caused flooding in parts of the interior.

Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood said on social platforms that multiple houses in the county's seaside have collapsed and several others are in "imminent danger."

He said most bridges to seaside homes were closed except for essential personnel, with some areas under curfew that night.

Separately, building inspectors declared 24 hotels, condominiums and at least 25 residences near the sea unsafe in the county, and people living in them have been evacuated.

  Florida Governor DeSantis announced on the 10th that he expanded the scope of the state of emergency declaration to all 67 counties in the state.

About 17,000 electrical workers are currently working to restore power to the state, with 600 members of the National Guard and seven search and rescue teams on call.

  The U.S. National Hurricane Center said at 10 p.m. that the storm center of "Nicole" had reached about 35 kilometers north of Tallahassee, the capital of Florida, and was moving northwestward at a speed of 24 kilometers per hour.