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Florence Batters Carolinas, Leaving 722,000 Without Power
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14 Sep 2018 07:19 PM EST

According to a report by Reuters, US Southeast power companies said that over 722,000 homes and businesses located primarily in the Carolinas were without power after Hurricane Florence made landfall on Friday. Duke Energy Corp, who provides utilities to over 4 million customers in the area, estimated that the storm could cause over 1 million and 3 million outages. The company went on to state that restoring power to all customers could take weeks, despite over 20,000 personnel ready to start fixing outages as soon as conditions improve.

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