International Desk: Hurricane Ian has hit Florida in the United States. In this, thousands of expatriate Bangladeshi car-businesses have been submerged in water. About 2 million people lost electricity in this terrible hurricane. There are expatriate Bangladeshis among them. Fobana Chairman Atiqur Rahman said that even though we were not hit by the hurricane, expatriates in a wide area including Fort Myers and St. Petersburg have been suffering due to the hurricane's ravages for the past 12 hours. Advocate Zahir, the leader of Florida Awami League, said that the first floor of our colleague Ashraf's hotel will be filled with water. 50 to 60 cars are floating in the water in the parking lot. Such a situation has never happened again. The hurricane has been raging for a long time. As a result, everyone was in dire straits till Thursday (September 29) morning. Atiqur Rahman mentioned that it is not possible to communicate with anyone as the affected area is without electricity. He said, it will not be possible to resume power supply until the water recedes. However, the local administration, fire brigade and electricians are ready. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis urged President Joe Biden to approve a major disaster declaration. Twenty Cuban migrants are missing after a boat capsized off the coast of Florida on Wednesday, US border officials said. No official information was immediately available on whether there were any casualties due to the cyclone. Governor DeSantis said an unknown number of people were trapped in "high risk" areas. They need help. They did not leave the area even after they were ordered to move to higher ground. And the rescue workers could not reach them immediately. According to the report of the National Hurricane Center (NHC), at 3:50 p.m. local time on Wednesday, the Yan Sea made landfall along the coast of Cayo Costa, Florida. Earlier on Tuesday, the cyclone made landfall in Cuba. It left most of Cuba without power for several hours.