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Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Irma: ‘Everybody’s working their tail off’
Speaking with TODAY live about Hurricane Irma, Florida Gov. Rick Scott says that “pre-positioned assets throughout the state” are working to get food and water to people in shelters, which are filled to capacity: “Everybody’s working their tail off.” He says he talked to President Trump three times Sunday, and adds that he has heard reports of significant damage in the Florida Keys.
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