Flights, hotels, motels, restaurants and retail are all on lockdown as the state’s third-largest city braces for more than 30 wildfires that are threatening to kill more than 4,000 people.
The Broward County Airport is closed as the city tries to find a safe place to stay for all the hotels, condominiums, and apartments that have been evacuated from the resort.
It’s a city that’s long had a reputation for being a popular destination for tourists, but the situation has escalated.
In the past few days, it has become clear that the situation in Fort Lauderdale is not going to be a one-time event.
A new outbreak of a new kind of fire that was not identified as being related to a major outbreak in Florida has now claimed the lives of more than 2,000 homes.
The Florida Department of Health is on the hunt for the cause, but there are no immediate signs that the fires are getting under control.
The agency said it would not be commenting further.
At the height of the outbreak, Fort Lauderdale’s mayor and the city’s public safety chief were saying the fires could not possibly get out of control, but now the city and its residents are facing a more serious threat.
Mayor Donna Langley said she believes the first fire that started in the city in March was responsible for the outbreak.
The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport has been closed since early March because of a massive blaze that began in the downtown area, causing a massive, costly and difficult to contain wildfire.
Officials have said the airport is under a state of emergency.
This is a city and a community that has always been supportive of our people and our people have always been very helpful and have always provided a safe haven. “
Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected.
This is a city and a community that has always been supportive of our people and our people have always been very helpful and have always provided a safe haven.
The people of Fort Lauderdale are very much in our hearts.
We are not just here to entertain, we are here to make people feel safe.
We are here for our citizens to have their own homes and to be able to enjoy a nice weekend with their families.”
The fires in Broward and Palm Beach counties have killed at least 1,200 people.
Broward has lost more than $1 billion, and Palm has lost nearly $500 million.
More than 50,000 residents are without power and more than 800,000 have been ordered to evacuate.
There have been no reports of deaths.
Fort Lauderdale Mayor John R. Guglielmi Jr. said he and other residents are “horrified” by the number of people being forced from their homes.
We know that people are hurting.
We don’t know how they’re going to recover, and it’s heartbreaking to see that.
The city has always had a long history of hospitality and good people.
And now it’s going to get even worse.
We can’t wait to get home, we’re just devastated.
“Fort Lauderdale is the largest city in Florida and has been on fire since early February.
About 100,000 hotel rooms and condominium units have been vacated, and more are expected to be damaged, according to officials.
The National Weather Service in Fort Myers said Tuesday that the winds and rain were expected to intensify over the weekend, bringing additional risks of flash flooding, mudslides and erosion.
There is no indication of any serious threat to the public, but warnings of potential flash flooding were issued for portions of Broward, Palm Beach and the Everglades, including Fort Myers.