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Hurricane Maria Hammers Puerto Rico


Scenes of destruction in Puerto Rico as Category 4 hurricane Maria hit the island. Hurricane Irma already dealt a blow to Puerto Rico’s electric grid. Now the island is completely without power.
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The Good Samaritan Society: Florida Lutheran in Deland spent $30,000 to get a generator that could run air conditioning in the building with 60 nursing home beds.
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Nursing Home Deaths Could Bring Legislative Changes


“A lot of these assisted living facilities that we would deem the mom-and-pops are not able to keep up with the current Florida building code standards,” said Jason Brodeur, a Sanford Republican who chairs the Health Care Appropriations Subcommittee in the Florida House.
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Storms

Highway Patrol Says Roads Still Not Safe


Florida Highway Patrol said they’re seeing too many people out “sightseeing” and not obeying the curfew. FHP reports trees are down and there’s standing water from the exit ramps at 528 to 520. Those ramps have been closed in both directions.
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