NJ utilities restoring electricity lost in storm

TRENTON - New Jersey's two major utilities, PSE&G and JCP&L, both say they have met Gov. Chris Christie's (R-N.J deadline of having 95 percent of their customers restored by Thursday. Jersey Central Power & Light says some of the remaining 34,900 homes and businesses in the hardest-hit areas still do not have electricity.

Crews from as far away as Mississippi are targeting the remaining 16,000 PSE&G customers.

Rockland Electric says it has about 4,500 customers without power.

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