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Progress Energy crews head to Alabama to help restore power after yesterday’s tornados caused severe damage

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Progress Energy Florida has sent workers to Alabama to assist local utilities who have lost power. Alabama Governor Robert Bentely says up to a million people are without power in Alabama, due to the extensive damage caused by severe tornadoes earlier this week. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT FM’s Lysette Portales reports:

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