; County gives update on power outages

County gives update on power outages

by | February 16, 2014 6:58 pm

power-outageCounty Administrator David Epperson said earlier tonight that about 4,650 Clarendon County residents remain without power on Sunday night. He said Duke Energy has two households without power, while Black River has 27. The hardest-hit system, Santee Electric Cooperate, still has 4,608 without power, according to Epperson.

Manager of Community Relations Adrel Stone Langley told The Manning Times earlier today that crews are working around-the-clock to get residents in four counties – including Clarendon – back up and running.

 

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  1. Comment by mad as hell

    February 17, 2014 at 06:16

    REALLY? WORKING AROUND THE CLOCK? THEN EXPLAIN WHY 6TRUCCKS LEFT THE FORESTON AREA LAST NIGHT AND STILL THERE IS NO POWER! THEY DID NOT WORK AROUND THE CLOCK! SO STOP LYING!

  2. Comment by #BEREALISTIC

    February 17, 2014 at 08:35

    Use your brain! Working around the clock does not mean that every crew works around the clock! These men HAVE to get rest at some point. They are working 14-16 hours a day. I know it is an awful inconvenience not to have power, but I’d rather have them able to function than being so tired they make mistakes that might get someone killed.


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