The prospects were not quite as bright farther north. With winds still gusting in some areas, FPL was unable to say when more than 100,000 customers without power in
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"We have thousands of workers in the field and ready to work around the clock until every one of our customers has their power back on," said
Meanwhile, the state's top financial officer said the damage could have been much worse in
"We're still going to have significant claims, but far less than we could have had,"
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Atwater said he was aware of anecdotal reports of roof damage and trees falling on cars. State-run
Consumers with questions can call an insurance helpline Atwater oversees at 1-877-MY-FL-CFO (1-877-693-5236). Hotline hours have been extended into the weekend from
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Disaster response teams are "positioned and ready to respond quickly" with help on matters such as tarping and tree removal, CEO
Sustained winds of 110 mph were measured above the utility's
FPL expected to restore power to all customers in
More than 330,000 homes and businesses statewide had seen power come back on by late Friday afternoon. Investments of more than
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