miami - About 17,000 people are working in the south of Florida on Monday to repair the power supply. It is estimated that three million households are due to the hurricane Irma without power.
In the densely populated districts of the southeast, Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach County, power has fallen out of more than two million customers of the power plant Florida Power and Light (FPL).
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Especially the 'county' in which the metropolis of Miami is located is severely affected. According to The Miami Herald, the energy company reported that 80 percent of all customers were out of power. Topman Eric Solagy already feared Sunday that the full recovery of power supply weeks could wait for itself, as was the case after Andrew Hurricane in 1992. The FPL speaks of 'one million man-hours work'.