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- FPL on track to have majority of eastern counties at least 95 percent restored tonight
- Palm Beach, Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie and Union counties are 95 percent or higher restored; Duval, Hardee, Orange and Osceola counties are 100 percent restored
- After completing a full assessment of FPL's 74,000 miles of power lines and 601 substations, estimated times to restore have been further refined
- Power restored to more than 77 percent of customers impacted by Irma
- All 6,897 miles of transmission lines and all 601 substations are back in service
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- More than 21,500 personnel diligently working to restore 1.4 million remaining without power
- Restoration operation now counts more than 21,500 personnel
- FPL estimates it will restore power to essentially all customers along its East Coast service territory by the end of this coming weekend; and by end of day Sept. 22 for customers along FPL's West Coast service territory, with the possible exception of areas impacted by tornadoes, severe flooding and other sections of severe damage
- In total, FPL estimates more than 5 million outages from Irma, which includes customers who may have experienced more than one outage
- FPL cautions its customers that full restoration efforts will not begin until tomorrow given Irma's movement has slowed considerably; as a result, customers should plan for significantly prolonged outages
- FPL expects millions of customers could lose power, with some areas experiencing prolonged outages
- FPL is anticipating widespread damage throughout the service territory with significant impacts to the most densely populated areas
Hurricane Irma is like to hit South Florida as an "extremely dangerous" category 4 storm late Saturday, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami.
Hurricane Irma could hit Miami late Saturday evening with 185 mile per hour winds and water level surges of up to 20 feet.
- FPL is pre-positioning workers and related equipment in the areas most likely to be hardest hit and working to secure additional resources
- FPL continues to closely monitor Irma and has activated its emergency response plan
- FPL is maintaining a 24-hour watch on the storm's path, has activated its storm plan and is mobilizing workers and equipment
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