In response to FPL spokesman Rob Gould’s claim that FPL “replaced wood poles with concrete poles. We did not lose a single pole in our system to the wind itself” of Hurricane Irma, Lourdes Palomo e-mailed this photo from the 8600 block of Southwest 91st Avenue.
In response to FPL spokesman Rob Gould’s claim that FPL “replaced wood poles with concrete poles. We did not lose a single pole in our system to the wind itself” of Hurricane Irma, Lourdes Palomo e-mailed this photo from the 8600 block of Southwest 91st Avenue. Lourdes Palomo
In response to FPL spokesman Rob Gould’s claim that FPL “replaced wood poles with concrete poles. We did not lose a single pole in our system to the wind itself” of Hurricane Irma, Lourdes Palomo e-mailed this photo from the 8600 block of Southwest 91st Avenue. Lourdes Palomo

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