Marie Bertot

Standing tall at Port Everglades for 50 years, it took just 30 seconds for Florida Power and Light’s four iconic red and white striped smoke stacks to fall.  (Source: CBS4)

Iconic Stacks Gone In 40 Seconds

Standing tall at Port Everglades for 50 years, it took just 40 seconds for Florida Power and Light’s four iconic red and white striped smoke stacks to fall.

CBS4–07/16/2013

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Explosives At The Ready To Implode FPL Smoke Stacks

Officials with Florida Power and Light are doing final preparations to say sayonara to the iconic red and white striped smoke stacks at Port Everglades.

CBS4–07/15/2013

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FPL Works To Restore Power In S. Fla.

More than 16,000 thousand FPL customers still have no power in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, due to Tropical Storm Isaac.

CBS4–08/28/2012

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FPL Prepares For Storm With Upgraded Electrical Systems

Florida Power and Light doesn’t want to leave you in the dark as Tropical Storm Isaac moves closer to Florida. The company said Thursday its ready to respond should Isaac cause a problem for South Florida.

CBS4–08/23/2012

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