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    A Florida Power & Light substation in West Miami-Dade caught fire Tuesday afternoon. No one was injured but the blaze led to power outages for thousands and major traffic tie-ups during rush-hour.

A Florida Power & Light substation in West Miami-Dade caught fire Tuesday afternoon. No one was injured but the blaze led to power outages for thousands and major traffic tie-ups during rush-hour. C.M. Guerrero cguerrero@elnuevoherald.com
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