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Updated: 09/13/2017 08:30:01AM

Duke crews working at CR 635

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Poles and electric lines were lying across County Road 635 near Country Club of Sebring. A group of Duke Energy trucks assembled at the clubhouse Tuesday morning to start work on the lines.

GARY PINNELL/STAFF

A pickup truck dodged downed power lines on Crounty Road 635 Tuesday morning. Poles blocked the south end of the road.

GARY PINNLEE/STAFF

Poles and electric lines were lying across County Road 635 near Country Club of Sebring. A group of Duke Energy trucks assembled at the clubhouse Tuesday morning to start work on the lines.

GARY PINNELL/STAFF

A pickup truck dodged downed power lines on Crounty Road 635 Tuesday morning. Poles blocked the south end of the road.

By GARY PINNELL and PHIL ATTINGER

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SEBRING — Six Duke Energy trucks congregated at the County Club Estates clubhouse about 11 a.m. Tuesday to begin removing and replacing a dozen power poles that had blown down Monday morning in Hurricane Irma’s 100-plus mph winds.

Poles were lying across County Road 635 south of the housing community. On the north end of the road, power lines were lying on the road.

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