Duke Energy and the Red Cross are both sending crews down to the Florida Panhandle to help with the destruction being left behind by Hurricane Michael.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Duke Energy and the Red Cross are both sending crews down to the Florida Panhandle to help with the destruction being left behind by Hurricane Michael.
Duke Energy says they are sending nearly 6,000 workers to Florida, a mix of full-time employees and contractors.
The Duke crews will be helping other utility companies restore power and clear downed power lines from roadways and homes.
Crews were told to pack for up to two weeks of work.
The Indiana region of Red Cross said they had seven volunteers deployed in Florida, Georgia nad Alabama as of Wednesday, but those numbers are expected to go up.
The Red Cross issued the following details about their scope from Michael as of Tuesday night.
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