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Repairs in Florida, Georgia expected to take weeks as Irma leaves millions without electricity

Millions of people in Florida and other southeastern states, along with Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands, remain without power, making Hurricane Irma the worst weather-related power outage in U.S. history, according to estimates. A record 8.3 million customers lost power. The previous record number to lose power occurred in the wake of Superstorm Sandy […]
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