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Crews Work to Restore Power in Florida
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Crews Work to Restore Power in Florida

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Crews Work to Restore Power in Florida

Crews Work to Restore Power in Florida
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Four hurricanes in six weeks have caused major damage to power lines and substations, leaving widespread electrical outages throughout Florida. Thousands of crews, some from out of state, work around the clock on repairs, which could result in higher bills for customers. Hear NPR's Anthony Brooks.

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