Gov. Rick Scott, center, meets with residents waiting to get back into their homes after being displaced by Hurricane Matthew on Friday in Merritt Island.
Gov. Rick Scott, center, meets with residents waiting to get back into their homes after being displaced by Hurricane Matthew on Friday in Merritt Island. Chris O'Meara AP
Gov. Rick Scott, center, meets with residents waiting to get back into their homes after being displaced by Hurricane Matthew on Friday in Merritt Island. Chris O'Meara AP

Florida recovers from a Hurricane Matthew that could have been worse

October 10, 2016 07:31 PM

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