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Janny Vancedarfield sits in front of the debris that was once his house on September 1, 1992 in Florida City, Fla. Vancedarfield lived in this house with six other family members before it was destroyed by Hurricane Andrew. (AP Photo/Lynn Sladky)

The Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund should have $17 billion available for this Atlantic hurricane season thanks to a lack of hurricanes hitting the state in the past 10 years, reports the Florida Times-Union.

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