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Over 20,000 Without Power in Florida on Thursday Night

From The Weather Channel: Hours before the worst of Hurricane Matthew was expected to impact the state’s eastern coast, parts of South Florida was already losing power by the thousands of customers Thursday afternoon. Florida Power and Light reported that more than 20,000 customers were without power in Florida Thursday night. The company said earlier [...]
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