An FPL lineman repairs damage after Hurricane Irma in Miami. A jury ordered Florida Power & Light to pay $24 million to a Fort Myers mother whose son was electrocuted after climbing a bamboo stalk that touched high-voltage lines in 2011.
An FPL lineman repairs damage after Hurricane Irma in Miami. A jury ordered Florida Power & Light to pay $24 million to a Fort Myers mother whose son was electrocuted after climbing a bamboo stalk that touched high-voltage lines in 2011. El Nuevo Herald File
An FPL lineman repairs damage after Hurricane Irma in Miami. A jury ordered Florida Power & Light to pay $24 million to a Fort Myers mother whose son was electrocuted after climbing a bamboo stalk that touched high-voltage lines in 2011. El Nuevo Herald File

FPL has to pay nearly $24 million to a mom whose son was electrocuted

December 27, 2017 07:49 PM

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