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When the category 4 hurricane made impact on the shores of the SWFL region the electric infrastructure that took more than 82 years to build was nearly destroyed. More than 2,300 workers safely restored power within weeks to all who could receive power.
The storm was rated as a category 5 hurricane for three days and changed course multiple times before ravaging parts of the LCEC service territory. LCEC activated the restoration plan nearly a week prior to impact. Power was essentially restored within twelve days.
For nearly two weeks, the storm threatened SWFL before finally making landfall as a category 3 hurricane. More than 100,000 customers were left in the dark. Just over 140 utility workers, supported by LCEC employees, restored customers by October 28.
The most powerful hurricane to impact Florida in 12 years tore through the region leaving a path of destruction. Restoration of the 150,000 customers without power took five days. Lessons-learned were incorporated into the LCEC Restoration Plan and have proven beneficial for many years since.
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