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Millions hit by Florida power cut

More than three million people were left without power after a nuclear reactor shut down in southern Florida.

People were stranded in lifts, while several hospitals and Miami airport had to use back-up power, said officials.

Hundreds of thousands of homes were without electricity and traffic ground to a halt in many places as signals stopped working.

Florida Power & Light Company said the cause of its reactor shutdown was unclear but added there was no danger.

State officials said the problem at the reactor south of Miami may have been caused by line failure at a regional sub-station.

There were no signs of a link to terrorism, officials in Washington said.

Outages were reported in south-east Florida, the south-west coast and as far up as Tampa after 1300 (1800 GMT).

Power cuts were resolved for most areas of the Sunshine State within several hours, said officials.

they might have just got a whole lot cheaper

breaking news the now

now where else was it i heard there was no leaking reactor danger, oh yeah chernobyl, three mile island and windscale.Infact every nuclear disaster there has ever been said exactly the same thing till they had to admit it

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