Utility company workers put in long hours to restore electricity

Many PSE&G workers are working 16-hour days in order to bring electric back into homes. Utility workersfrom out-of-state have also traveled to help restore power.Six

ESSSEX FELLS - Many PSE&G workers are working 16-hour days in order to bring electric back into homes. Utility workersfrom out-of-state have also traveled to help restore power.

Six days after the storm, trees and power lines still block someroads. The out-of-state workers have an open-ended commitment that says they won't leave until the power is fully restored.

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