Florida energy company braces for Hurricane Ian: We 'train 365 days a year' for this
Florida sees impact of Hurricane Ian ahead of landfall as thousands lose power
Duke Energy Florida State president Melissa Seixas details Florida’s Hurricane Ian preparation as thousands face power outages ahead of the storm reaching land.
As thousands along Florida's southwest coast report power outages as Hurricane Ian nears landfall, Duke Energy Florida State president Melissa Seixas joined "Cavuto: Coast to Coast" Wednesday to discuss the company's preparation efforts for the Category 4 storm.
"We have nearly 10,000 resources that are already staged here in the state of Florida, an impressive site. And doing that allows us to respond quickly," Seixas said.
"So we feel like we are very well-prepared to move those resources immediately when it's safe for us to begin our damage assessment and get out there and start restoring power as soon as possible."
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