Hurricane Ian

Updated: Oct 5

Sanford, FL - As hurricane Ian continues on its path of destruction in Dominican Republic, Haiti and threaten other countries in the region, our prayers and sympathy go out to all those who may be affected by this hurricane. It has already affected Puerto Rico leaving the island without power and bring landslides and damages to property and infrastructure. As the hurricane continues to dump rains on the Dominican Republic and threaten to do the same with Haiti, we urge our Caribbean brothers and sisters to stand ready to provide a helping hand to those who may be affected. A slow moving category one hurricane is highly destructive and so far at least one death has been reported in Guadeloupe as a result of the hurricane. Countless more will suffer from comprehensive power outages. We urge that people in the path of the storm find all appropriate shelter to minimize the possible loss of lives. May God continue to bless and protect all those in the countries impacted by the hurricane.

Karen Green is available for comment.

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