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'Glass all over the house' · TV News

‘Glass all over the house’ · TV News

Jilu Godoi said she was afraid of Cyclone Ian passing through Florida in the US, where she lives. The businessman explained that the entire facade of his house is made of glass and he feared that the storm would cause any damage to the building. Even so, she prepared as best she could: she took valuables from the outer part of her apartment and stored food.

“You think it’s a joke, but it’s not. This house where I live is all glass, all glass walls, a pool. You think it’s not scary? What kind of thing”, he revealed on Instagram Stories on Tuesday ( 27)

“We don’t know if it will happen this morning or from Wednesday to Thursday, because we don’t know what will happen, we are preparing, but God willing, it will be light, nothing serious will happen. Let’s prepare. , right? Nothing to do”, he lamented. .

Vanessa Camargo’s mother showed crews at her home removing floats, televisions, clocks, sofas and other items from the pool and garden area. Later, he showed off the items he bought to support him during the hurricane.

“I hope that it will pass and that it will be a storm that will take the sea, that it will disappear there so that it does not harm the people and does not damage the city. Everything will be fine, I am a little afraid, but it will pass.”, Zilu wished.

Hurricane Ian is expected to make landfall in Florida on Wednesday (28) afternoon, with “deadly winds”. Officials also warned that the natural phenomenon has reached Category 5 (the highest there is). Residents may face power outages and winds of more than 225 km/h.

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