A shocking time-lapse video reveals Hurricane Ian overwhelming a Fort Myers waterfront road and washing away a house in a 15-foot storm surge.
The footage, captured by storm chaser Max Olson, reveals waters rising within the space and slowly swallowing it complete Wednesday.
The purple construction step by step succumbs to the storm, ultimately coming off its basis and floating away within the debris-filled deluge.
The clip ends with a shot of the storm’s aftermath after the water lastly receded, with the block all however unrecognizable.
A staircase hooked up to the aspect of the obliterated home was the one portion of the construction that remained.
Waterfront sections of the coastal city have been overwhelmed with raging floodwaters and whipping winds after the historic storm touched down at Class 4.
Rescue crews continued to seek for the lacking Friday as officers confirmed a number of deaths.
An evacuation order was issued earlier than the storm made landfall, however some householders opted to attend out the hurricane.
“It’s horrific,” Fort Myers Mayor Kevin Anderson instructed CNN Friday morning from the once-scenic city’s obliterated marina. “Have a look at a few of these docks. They may weigh as a lot as a ton … and so they’ve been thrown round like they have been nothing.”