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Q. I saw trucks in my neighborhood, then they left. I still don’t have power.

by on July 2, 2012

A. That happens because one crew might be fixing facilities that serve one portion of the neighborhood, but your electricity might be served from a different direction. Different crews may be working on that.

Also, crews have different assignments. One crew might be trouble shooting and reporting in while a separate kind of crew will be needed to focus fully on repairs.

Finally, a section of the circuit might be damaged. A tree crew might need to clear debris before the line crew can start to make repairs.

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