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51-Year-Old Florida Man Electrocuted to Death During Hurricane Irma

Epoch Times Wednesday, 13 September 2017 ()
51-Year-Old Florida Man Electrocuted to Death During Hurricane IrmaA man from Florida died after being electrocuted by a downed power line after it was knocked over by Hurricane Irma.

Irma brought heavy winds and rain that led to many fallen trees, power outages, and floods across Florida.

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News video: Florida Man Offers His Generator To Woman Before Hurricane Irma Hits

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A kind-hearted man gives away his last generator to a woman with a father on oxygen support. She was desperately hunting for a generator before Hurricane Irma hits Florida.

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