About 307,000 Florida residents left without power

By James A. Riley - Digital Content Producer
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By WFLA Web Staff - (WFLA) — Hurricane Matthew's strongest winds are around 120 mph as the storm pummels about 500 miles of coastline. Already, there are more than 307,000 Florida homes and businesses without power as of 5 a.m. Friday. Here are the largest outages:

St Johns County: 2,000

Flagler County: 2,600

Volusia County: 23,000

Brevard County: 100,140

Indian River County: 22,450

St Lucie County: 41,100

Martin County: 44,000

Palm Beach County: 52,500

Broward County: 11,720

Miami-Dade County: 11,000

Orange County: 20,000 Track South Florida outages here.

Duke is reporting 300 people now without power in Polk County. However, in Seminole, Lake and Orange Counties more than 12,000 are without power. Duke reports over 6,000 residences without power in Seminole, and nearly 1,000 in each Lake and Orange County.

In Pinellas County, 60 customers are without power, according to Duke Energy. Power has been restored for more than 1,800 customers in Tampa, according to TECO.

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