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Flood waters brought on by Hurricane Matthew have receded in parts of Florida and officials are now assessing the damage. At one point, more than 1 million customers were without power and at least 5,000 flights were canceled. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports for TODAY from St. Augustine, Florida.