Update: Florida Medical Examiners Commission Hurricane Ian deaths

For Immediate Release
October 5, 2022
Tallahassee, Fla. – Florida District Medical Examiners report hurricane deaths to the Medical Examiners Commission (MEC) following examinations and confirming the death is storm-related. FDLE staffs the Florida Medical Examiners Commission.
There are now 89 deaths attributed to Hurricane Ian confirmed by the MEC from the counties below.
Charlotte – 2
Collier – 5
Hardee – 4
Hendry – 1
Hillsborough – 1
Lake – 1
Lee – 49
Manatee – 3
Martin – 1
Monroe – 7
Polk – 2
Putnam – 3
Sarasota – 5
Volusia – 5
Additional updates will be provided as they come in.
For Further Information Contact:
FDLE Office of Public Information
(850) 410-7001

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