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Hurricane Ian makes second landfall in South Carolina

After ravaging through Florida, Hurricane Ian is back and making landfall in South Carolina.

Video Transcript

DAVE BRIGGS: All right, let's get you up to speed now on Hurricane Ian making its second landfall in the last hour. If you're in Georgetown, South Carolina, the National Hurricane Center predicts life threatening storm surge and damaging winds. While most Florida airports are reopening today, FlightAware shows 90% of flights into or out of Myrtle Beach International in South Carolina have been canceled today.

The death toll in Florida, it now sits at 14, but is expected to rise. And we're getting a better sense of the immense damage inflicted on the state. Data from [INAUDIBLE] Research suggests a total of between $55 and $65 billion in damage to date, an enormous sum. Still less than half of Hurricane Katrina, which eclipsed the $160 billion mark. And still, 2 million people remain without power in the state of Florida. Seana.