Take Two for November 5, 2012

SoCal utility workers assist in Hurricane Sandy recovery effort

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A utility company worker stands in the street on City Island October 29, 2012 in New York. Hurricane Sandy's winds picked up speed as the storm made a left turn toward the East Coast.

It's been a week since Hurricane Sandy ravaged the east coast, and more than 100 people were killed and millions of homes lost power. As temperatures dip into the thirties, nearly a million New Jersey residents still have no electricity.

Utility workers from around the country have been flown in to assist in the recovery effort, including Southern California Edison which sent some workers to the town of Ramsey in Bergen County, New Jersey.

 


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