FPL hopes to have power restored in Miami-Dade, Broward counties by Tuesday night

Many residents frustrated as they enter week 2 without power after hurricane

NORTH MIAMI, Fla. – Many South Florida residents remain frustrated this week, as they are going on week two with no power following Hurricane Irma.

Local 10 News reporter Michael Seiden visited a North Miami neighborhood on Monday that remains in the dark.

But Florida Power & Light crews were there, as they have been working around the clock to try to restore power.

An FPL spokeswoman said 95 percent of Miami-Dade County is with power, but there are still thousands without it.

She said they're hoping to have power restored in Miami-Dade and Broward counties by Tuesday night.

In the meantime, crews were out early to Palmetto Bay, one of the hardest hit areas in Miami-Dade County.

The biggest challenge was clearing debris after huge trees toppled onto power lines, creating a challenging situation for crews going neighborhood to neighborhood.

By Monday afternoon, there were 37,060 FPL customers without power in Miami-Dade County and 9,080 without power in Broward County.

There were 18,684 Florida Keys Electric and Keys Energy customers without power Monday afternoon in the Florida Keys.

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