Banks in South Florida struggled to restore service Tuesday, and several announced special lending programs to help repair the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Andrew.

None of the state's four largest banks was able to put a price tag on damage to its facilities. Florida officials have said statewide damage may total $20 billion, with at least three-fourths of that concentrated in Dade County.

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