BONITA SPRINGS – More than half a million Florida residents face another day without electricity, nearly a week after Hurricane Ian caused a large path of destruction across the state. Rescuers continue their search for those trapped inside homes inundated with lingering floodwaters, more than 1,600 people have been rescued statewide so far. But for many residents, power restoration has become job one. In Naples, Kelly Sedgwick was just seeing news images Monday of the devastation Ian had caused, thanks to power that was restored four days after the hurricane slammed into her community. Meanwhile, in the nearby town of Bonita
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