SCREEN TO REPORT AN OUTTAGE, 1-800- REPORT AN OUTTAGE, 1-800-4-OUTAGE.>>>CREWS HAVE BEEN WORKING ALL OVER FLORIDA TRYING TO GET THE POWER RESTORED. IAN MARGOLD IS LIVE WITH THE LATEST ON THE NUMBERS. HOW MANY CREWS DOWN HERE PREPARING TO BE A PART OF THE RESTORATION PROJECT.>>Reporter: A LOT OF CREWS AND IF YOU TAKE A LOOK BEHIND HEE, THIS IS WHERE A LOT OF THEM HAVE BEEN SET UP. THROUGHOUT THE DAY, CREWS COMING IN AND OUT OF THE MAGIC CITY CASINO PARKING LOT. MOST OF THEM CONTRACTORS FOR FPL. AND WITH 400,000 PEOPLE ACROSS THE STATE OF FLORIDA WITHOUT POWER, THEY HAVE A LOT OF WORK TO DO. ALTHOUGH SOUTH FLORIDA DIDN’T BEAR THE BRUNT OF HURRICANE MAT THROUGH, WE STILL HEARD THE EFFECTS. STRONG WINDS SNAPPED TREES AND BROUGHT DOWN BRANCHES ACROSS FLORIDA. THE WHETHER CAUSED THESE TRANSFORMER IN COCOA BEACH TO EXPLODE. AS OF FRIDAY MORNING, 475,000 PEOPLE ACROSS THE STATE WERE STILL WITHOUT POWER BUT FP AND L SPOKESMAN SAID CREWS WERE WORKING NONSTOP TO RESTORE IT.>>WE WERE COMPLETELY UNPREPARED FOR THIS STORM. WE HAD 50,000 CREW IN PLACE READY TO DO THE WORK OF THE RESTORATION JUST AS SOON AS IT WAS SAFE TO DO SO.>>Reporter: AT THIS STAGING SITE AT THE MIAMI CASINO IN MIAMI, HUNDREDS OF TRUCKS BELONGING TO CONTRACTORS WORKING FOR FPL PACKED THE PARKING LOT. ACROSS THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA, THERE ARE ABOUT 30 OF THESE STAGING SITES, SOME OF THEM LIKE THIS ONE JUST MEANT FOR PARKING. OTHERS THEY DESCRIBE AS MINI CITIES WHERE CREWS CAN GET OUGHT OF THE SUPPLIES THEY NEED. NOW THOSE CREWS ARE HITTING THE ROAD TO MAKE SURE EVERYONE IN FLORIDA HAS POWER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.>>WE STILL HAVE A LOT OF OUR CUSTOMERS WHO ARE BEING AFFECTED BY THIS STORM. AND SO WE WANT THEM TO BE ASSURED THAT WE ARE GOING TO DO EVERYTHING WE CAN AND WILL NOT STOP UNTIL EVERY LAST CUSTOMER HAS THEIR POWER RESTORED.>>BACK OUT LIVE. YOU ARE TAKING A LOOK AT THAT LOT. CREWS — SEVERAL OF THEM BEING MOVED UP NORTH TO PLACES LIKE THE SPACE COAST AND THE TREASURE COAST THAT HAVE HAD REALLY TOUGH WITH HURRICANE MATTHEW. I AM TOL BY THE END OF THE DAY TODAY, EVERYONE IN MIAMI-DADE, BROWARD OR PALM BEACH COUNTIES SHOULD HAVE