HURRICANE WILMA AFTERMATH

HURRICANE WILMA AFTERMATH

Residents and FPL crews across South Florida struggled October 26, 2005 to restore electricity to up to six million people, reopen the region's airports and replace countless windows blown out of downtown high-rises during Hurricane Wilma's ruinous dash across the state. Officials said it could take weeks for Florida's most heavily populated region — the Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach area — to return to normal. (UPI Photo/Susan Knowles)