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Over 7.4 million homes and businesses were without power in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama because of Hurricane Irma, according to state officials and utilities on Monday
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Most outages were in Florida Power & Light\'s service area in the southern and eastern parts of the state
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A unit of NextEra Energy Inc and the state\'s biggest power company, FPL said its outages dipped to around 3.4 million by Monday evening from a peak of 3.6 million earlier in the day
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The storm, which was moving into southern Georgia, was packing maximum sustained winds of 60 miles (97 km) per hour, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center\'s latest update at 2 p.m. EDT (1800 GMT)
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In Georgia, utilities reported about 950,000 customers without power.