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Update: Florida Residents Still Without Power

Hurricane Irma made landfall on September 10 in Florida the 185 mph winds knocked out power in most of the state.  The list of residents without power in Florida counties to date is as follows:

Brevard: 66

Manatee: 350

Palm Beach: 139

Putnam:  29

Sarasota: 99

Seminole:  220

St. John:  27

St. Lucie:  13

According to Florida Power & Light power outage map, 962 residents are still without power. According to ABC news Florida Power & Light’s more than 50 percent of the company’s customers had power within 48 hours of Irma.

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