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Millions of people in Florida and all over the Southeast have no electricity and no way to keep their food from spoiling following Hurricane Irma. Inside Edition got practical advice on how to deal with the crisis from American Red Cross spokesman Craig Cooper. "The priority is to eat food that you know is safe," he said. "Once you lose power, you only have about four hours in your refrigerator as things begin to spoil very quickly." An outdoor grill can also be a lifesaver.
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