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Residents in the Florida panhandle are still reeling from the destruction caused by Hurricane Michael. The recovery effort continues to be marred by fractured communication systems.

Hurricane Michael’s Damage To Communications Systems Has Slowed Recovery

By Debbie Elliott NPR
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