FORT MYERS, Fla. - A Fort Myers man was saved by Orange County deputies during their visit to southwest Florida to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
In a Facebook post, the Orange County Sheriff's Office said they were assisting the Lee County Sheriff's Office, they were flagged down by a resident who was concerned about their neighbor.
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Deputies worked to enter the destroyed home in Fort Myers, taking away the broken wood and pieces of sheet metal. The sheriff's office shared photos of the home online:
(Photo via Orange County Sheriff's Office)
Inside, they found the man in his 60s unhurt. Lee County deputies took the man to a safe place.