Thousands of Floridians are still without power more three days after Hurrican Mathew skirted up the east coast with 100 mph winds and torrential rain.
Duke Energy and Florida Power and Light were reporting more than 75,000 customers without power across the state this morning. More than half of those were just in Volusia County — the hardest hit area in Central Florida.
Downed trees and power lines, along with localized flooding were a common sight throughout Central Florida. Communities closer to the coast also saw roof and building damage, along with severe beach erosion.
More at source: Orlando Sentinel
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