FOX 35 Care Force provides struggling Central Florida residents with ice, charging station

As we continue to recover from Hurricane Ian, know that FOX 35 is here with you – and for you. We will get through this together.

More than 100,000 power outages are still reported across the state, including here in Central Florida, as utility crews work around the clock to restore power. We know how important it is to not only be able to stay in contact with family and friends, but also to stay connected to news and updates from local officials, and us at FOX 35.

On Saturday, the FOX 35 Care Force was out at the Wawa at 2184 E Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway in Kissimmee meeting residents and helping those hardest hit by the storm charge their phones. The team also gave out bags of ice to those who needed it.

Kissimmee, Florida, was one of many cities in Central Florida hit hard with flooding.

Anchor John Brown and Chief Meteorologist Jayme King were at the Wawa with the FOX 35 Thunder Truck to greet viewers and lend a helping hand to our local community. 

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Depend on FOX 35 News and the FOX 35 Care Force when you, your friends, family, and neighbors need us the most – and thanks for sticking with us before, during, and after Hurricane Ian.