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  • Temporary blackout on South Beach

    For about 30 seconds at 8:30 p.m., an entire segment of South Beach went dark. Lincoln Road and Alton Road, the area west of West Avenue South of 17th Street and the entire Sunset Harbour area lost streetlights and building power. Generators fired up in some condo buildings, while the retail and business buildings stayed in blackness.

Temporary blackout on South Beach

For about 30 seconds at 8:30 p.m., an entire segment of South Beach went dark. Lincoln Road and Alton Road, the area west of West Avenue South of 17th Street and the entire Sunset Harbour area lost streetlights and building power. Generators fired up in some condo buildings, while the retail and business buildings stayed in blackness.
David J. Neal dneal@miamiherald.com