1,600 of LCEC customers remain without power

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FORT MYERS, Fla. Power has been restored to all Florida Power and Light customers and 1,600 customers of Lee County Electric Cooperative remain in the dark.

LCEC crews continued to work Sunday on isolated outages in some of the worst hit areas of Lehigh Acres, Immokalee and surrounding areas while also working to replace broken poles and transformers in Cape Coral and North Fort Myers, the company said in a press release.

Customers with damage to their home’s electric system must contact a licensed electrician for repair, the company said. Customers can contact LCEC to be scheduled for reconnection once the damage is repaired.

Power was restored to all Florida Power and Light customers Saturday evening in Southwest Florida.

FPL provided county-by-county data on its website, where it reported 0 Southwest Florida customers without power as of 6 p.m. Sunday.

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