Gulf Power Sends More Crews To Help With Sandy Restoration

October 31, 2012

A Gulf Power Company storm restoration team left Fredericksburg, Va., Tuesday morning and  headed to Plymouth Meeting, Pa.,just north of Philadelphia.

The 70-person team, including 48 line personnel and 22 support personnel, will assist Philadelphia Electric Company once they arrive this afternoon. As of Tuesday morning, PECO was reporting almost 600,000 customers without power.

An additional 14-man Gulf Power evaluator team left Northwest Florida on Tuesday morning and will assist First Energy in Pennsylvania or West Virginia.
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Comments

5 Responses to “Gulf Power Sends More Crews To Help With Sandy Restoration”

  1. Disinterested on November 3rd, 2012 9:43 am

    @duke. I do not blame the mayor for wanting to hold a marathon anymore than I blame my cat when it kills birds and rabbits. Nature will do as nature does.
    Workers B Safe.

  2. Duke of Wawbeek on November 3rd, 2012 5:59 am

    The people in New York City will appreciate the help. I wish people would stop saying bad things about Mayor Bloomberg. I was in a restaurant in Atmore last light and heard these people talking at the next table how the Mayor had lost his mind holding a marathon and a racial slur in regards to the Mayor and a dollar. Mayor Bloomberg is just attempting to cheer the citizens up with a marathon. You people enjoyed the recent runs in Atmore and Bratt did you not?

  3. Kate on October 31st, 2012 3:36 pm

    I passed these fellows on my way to work today! Was so excitied to see the help coming into the area. Thank you!!

  4. Andrew on October 31st, 2012 10:03 am

    We really appreciate the help! Our neighborhood in Plymouth Meeting typically loses power for a few hours after heavy thunderstorms, and we really expected to be without power for several days. It was great to have the lights on again in a matter of hours. We’ve been seeing trucks and crews from lots of other states. Thanks!

  5. Karen Hayes on October 31st, 2012 8:52 am

    Awesome to see our community helping out. It will truly mean a lot to the people in the north east.





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