Medical examiners had confirmed 122 deaths from Hurricane Ian as of Friday, up from 114 a week earlier, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
A news release from the department said 60 of the confirmed deaths were in Lee County, where the Category 4 storm made initial landfall on Sept. 28 before crossing the state.
Charlotte, Collier, and Sarasota counties each had eight confirmed deaths, while Monroe County had seven.
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Volusia County had five, while Hardee and Manatee counties each had four. In all, hurricane-related deaths had been confirmed in 18 counties.