Hurricane Ian aftermath and early recovery on Pine Island, Florida

Hurricane Ian aftermath and early recovery on Pine Island, Florida

Scenes from Hurricane Ian aftermath and early recovery on Pine Island, Florida after the only bridge on and off the island was destroyed

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  1. J J says:

    A true legend of community connection,you sure are top notch.i can only imagine the sense of togetherness being faced with the aftermath of the near total destruction of a community, thanks for doing what you love and sharing with us at home,never stop chasing Dr Reed .

  2. mysticeyes10000 says:

    Glad to see you’re okay. So sorry about Dom 4. RIP. When things calm down I really want to hear your story about what it was like to ride out this monster storm. Prayers for everyone affected by this horrible storm.😢

  3. Daughter Of States Rights says:

    Good lord!! How did anyone make it through that? 😳 So glad you’re safe and job well done on taking care of the elderly lady til help arrived & the little bird.. I’d like to hear where you road out the storm, sheltered in place. Sorry about the dominator.. 😢 Praying to all those affected by Ian..

  4. Lisa K Perry says:

    Very sorry about Dom 4, but grateful you are alive. As a former professional emergency manager who studied meteorology in graduate school, this storm is the one that keeps us up at night. Thank you for your incredible coverage and insights as the very long season of recovery begins.
    Cannot wait for the academic research to begin. May this be the last time we see such catastrophic damage and deaths, but, we also know that’s a pipe dream. I also look forward to the academic look at the mitigation after Charley.
    Keep up the fabulous work showing the extreme damage and danger of your passion. Mine is to keep people alive and safe.

    • Andrew Marsman says:

      I got my bachelors in meteorology and this stuff never ceases to amaze me. Once damage assessment completes, I wouldn’t be surprised if they upgrade this to a CAT 5. Hurricane Michael in 2018 was also 155mph and I think that was upgraded. Regardless this is awful to see and glad you got out ok. The cameraman always survives (or at least the camera)!

  5. Vanessa A says:

    So happy you’re ok and your friend Chris! You have such a good heart and thank you for helping the people and the little bird. Get home safe.
    Never Stop Chasing!

  6. ScarabChris says:

    I’m a Miami native, born and raised and I’m almost 50 years old. I have seen lots of storms and been in a few big ones. Andrew, Wilma and Irma were the most memorable for me as I was in the direct hit path. That said….for those massive Cuban Royal palm trees to be ripped out of the ground is a powerful storm.

    • Being Extra 101 says:

      @Ryan Freed I’m down here in manatee County and I’ve never seen it either,yet palm trees are down everywhere 💯

    • Chase The Police Pup says:

      I’m a Calambeno person, born and raised and I’m almost 9 yrs. Hurricane Ian reminds me of Typhoon Karding which knocked trees and houses over but our village faced Karding but we got an update that destroyed houses were reconstructed

    • Myke Higgins says:

      Charley Wilma Irma and Ian I was in the direct paths, and only been here 20 years. Sucks it happens but the communities come together, until out on the streets driving. But that’s a topic for another day. Ian hurt big time, but we will overcome. God bless those with us and lost in this storm

    • Awaiting Saint777 says:

      Same.

  7. Manuel Roca says:

    Reed you’re giving us what the news hasn’t reported – the real thing! Thank you so much for taking the risks that others don’t. You do deserve a medal!

  8. Diana Quinones says:

    So happy you are safe! I was so damn worried. Thank you for the update. Prayers going out to all Floridians.

    • Nige C says:

      Get real. Reed deliberately drove into danger. He whooped and shouted when the storm was at its worst.

    • Amy says:

      Same! After that video of him in the storm surge then him disappearing for 10+ hours I was really really concerned. I know he’s a professional and has been through this before, multiple times, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen him be THAT close to a storm surge. I’m glad they’re alright

    • Mohd zainon bin omar Jai says:

      It look like tsunami in aceh ….quick same

    • Marcia Groover says:

      PRAYERS TO EVERYONE & EVERYTHING AFFECTED BY THAT HORRIBLE HURRICANE. NOW DR.REED TIMMER BEEN A BIG FAN OF YOURS SINCE YOUR T.V SHOW STORM CHASERS RIP JOEL TAYLOR AND TIM & HIS TEAM.HOPEFULLY GOD WILLING ONE DAY SOMEONE WILL WAKE UP AND PUT OUR GUY BACK ON T.V. WHERE HE BELONGS & WITH OTHER’S! YOUR AWESOME DR.TIMMER YOU AND DOM 4 BEEN TO HAIL AND BACK LOL BUT YOU KEPT IT MOVEING. SO RIP DOM! HAPPY OUR GUY REED IS SAFE HE’S A GOOD GUY! WHO TRUELY CARES. WE NEED START GO FUN ME OR SOMETHING TO GET REED NEW TRICKED OUT CAR OR TRUCK! IF ANYONE DESERVES IT .ITS OUR GUY! I’M IN!!! HE WANT ASK.BUT IF WE ALL TRUELY CARE AND LOVE HIS WORK THEN WE ALL CAN JUST PROVE IT AND BACK UP OUR WORDS!! ☑ THANK YOU! DR REED TIMMER 🙏 NEVER STOP CHASING! 🙂

  9. MzVicky says:

    Thanks for the updates. You’re making me cry here with DomFore. I know I’m not attached like you are so I can’t imagine what you’re going through. I thank God that you and Chris are safe and I believe you are right where you are supposed to be so you can help others. ❤❤❤

  10. Firefox says:

    Thank you Reed for providing on the scene help for the injured & help for homeless & animal rescues. You are a first Responder in many ways relaying vital information & sources
    🌊🌀🌧🌩🌪☔🏠🎥📸💻☀️🌈🌝

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