Meanwhile, 6.2 million homes are still without power in Florida. The full breakdown from the Division of Emergency Management
Update from Key West
The Key West city commissioner, Sam Kaufman, has provided a final update for today before residents are allowed back into the Florida Keys tomorrow.
- Food and water are at “critically low” supply levels and the City of Key West is running low on fuel.
- Two sections of roadway have been washed away.
- 200 power poles have been downed and Keys Energy estimates it will take 7-10 days to restore power to all parts of Key West. In other Keys regions, this could take up to a month.
- Some communications are expected to be restored by Tuesday.
- The sheriff’s office has made “reference to fatalities”, but nothing has been confirmed.
More certain information will emerge from Tuesday when residents will begin returning.