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Connecticut utility crews arrive for Irma restoration in Fla.

Connecticut utility crews arrive for Irma restoration in Fla.
Connecticut utility crews arrive for Irma restoration in Fla.

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Eversource crews arrived Tuesday in Florida and will be dispatched early Wednesday morning on work to help the state bring some 5 million electricity customers back online who lost power in Hurricane Irma.

Some 100 Eversource employees from Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire headed south in 70 vehicles on Sept. 9, among convoys of crews from utilities nationally heading to Florida. Eversource will assists Florida Power & Light Co., with Eversource having also devoted call center agents to provide support to customers of Electric Co.

“In the past when we needed help, crews from all over the East Coast, including Florida, have assisted with our restoration efforts,” stated Marc Geaumont, an Eversource director of field operations based in New Hampshire, in a press release issued by the company. “We’re proud to provide aid to our utility partners that have readily supported us in previous storms.”

On Tuesday, a Florida Power & Light official said it could take 10 days or more to restore power throughout the state.

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