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NBC News has identified 148 deaths related to Hurricane Ian in Florida, based on public records obtained from local and state authorities (see the full methodology below).

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A newly released death report states that the Lee County Sheriff's Office found Martha's body underneath debris from the storm that was on the mangroves and floating in the water, still wearing a necklace.

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Forever Cape Coral's 'Gilligan': Remembering Thomas Robert, a Hurricane Ian victim Hurricane fraud wave expected in Southwest Florida as insurance, assistance starts to arrive

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Weighing the probability of a deadly storm surge against a crowded shelter or taking into consideration health problems or lack of transportation, many people choose to wait out storms.

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The medical examiner overseeing Lee County said his death stemmed from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and heart disease.

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Together, they discovered a passion for Florida, particularly Islamorada, but later settled in the Whiskey Creek area of Fort Myers, vacationing there in the winters.

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Jolicoeur described Michael as equal parts astute business man and benevolent caregiver.

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They weren't there to welcome him that evening.

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That began to change on Sunday, Sept. 25, when Ian's projected path began shifting south, with a growing threat to Lee County.

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Collson told her brother she didn't want to ride out the storm that way — she wasn't comfortable requiring so much help with so many people around her.

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GlobalData epidemiologists predict that the consequences of Hurricane Ian, like flooding and infrastructure breakdown, will increase the risk of waterborne infection in the coming weeks and months.

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Ian also illustrated the challenge of protecting densely populated waterfront communities from extreme weather worsened by climate change; thousands of coastal residents chose not to evacuate.

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Inside Cummiskey's mobile home, nearly nothing was salvageable.

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Looking back, Link isn't sure how much more could have been done to save her brother.

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It slowed over Volusia County, dumping nearly 21 inches of rain in some areas and bringing gusts of up to 96 mph that battered coastal zones with near king tides, he said.

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A photo of the couple standing on the porch of their beloved home with a view of Pine Island in the distance is among other physical photos on a Hurricane Ian victim memorial in Centennial Park.

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Growing up in New Jersey, he taught Link how to ice skate and, in the summers, worked as a lifeguard at the lake they lived on, giving off the cool vibe that only a big brother can.

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The pair were so attuned to their love nest that they befriended a frequent visitor, a pelican Michael named "Gimpy."

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Their most treasured haunt was a cozy seaside bungalow in Matlacha, where Catherine, 71, and Michael, 73, fished the tranquil waters of the Matlacha Pass from their back porch.

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Teri messaged her to say thank you, but she never heard back, she said.

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They'd often talk about books (he'd been on a Carl Hiaasen kick) and politics (he couldn't stand former President Donald Trump).

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And were told no resources could respond, so Nichelle and the three she was with took shelter on the second floor of the Hideaway Village Motel.

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Robert Eyers, 84, decided to stay at his Venice condo alone because, his son Dan Eyers believes, he had a false sense of confidence after surviving Hurricane Irma five years ago.

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Quickly, the entire hotel began filling with water until the structure reached its breaking point and collapsed.

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Their lanai needed to be rebuilt, and the canal did see higher waters, but the predicted 17 feet of storm surge never materialized.

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Water began to rush in and pushed them all to the top of the room.

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Eventually, she said, he just gave up, leaving their front door unlocked.

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He had heeded calls to leave before Irma because the Fort Myers Beach home he was living in at the time looked like it was "held together by staples," he said.

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"I was in a tree, and I watched her house gradually fall to the ground under the water and knew she was in there."

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"So it was just horrific to see him go the way he went because he was safe at our home in Port Charlotte."

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"A county spokesperson declined to make any emergency management officials available for an interview for this story, saying they were focused on Ian recovery and on Hurricane Nicole, which this month made landfall south of Vero Beach and caused heavy rain and wind on the Gulf Coast."

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"Service agencies for older adults under contract with the state Department of Elder Affairs keep lists of people to help plan for storms and evacuate, and to conduct welfare checks on clients after a storm has passed."

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"We miss you, dear friends," the post said, "life will not be the same."

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"One guy he hired to do work around the house was living on the streets or something, but Mike gave him a break and helped him by paying him for doing odd jobs," she said.

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"It does, I guess on a daily basis, but it hasn't quite hit me yet," Campbell said.

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"I never would have dare dreamed to have a hurricane like this hit Fort Myers Beach and for us to be on the worst side possible of it."