Frances Comes Back for Seconds
Tropical Storm Frances makes its second landfall in Florida, churning into the state's panhandle after regrouping over the Gulf of Mexico. The storm first struck the state two days ago as a category two hurricane, drenching towns and cutting power to millions. In central Florida, residents have started to emerge from their shelters to begin cleaning up. Hear NPR's Ari Shapiro.
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