Arkansas man injured helping restore power after Irma

Arkansas man injured helping restore power after Irma

On Wednesday, Georgia Power said it restored power to more than 700,000 customers with some 8,000 employees in the field. Deal also described extensive damage from fallen trees in northeast Georgia after flying over Habersham County.

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After thousands of people lost power due to Hurricane Irma, many had to throw away perishable food items. All of Georgia Power's resources were held in the state prior to the storm and have remained in Georgia to lead the company's restoration effort.

FPL said after repairing any damage to its power plants and the lines that carry electricity from the generating facilities, the company next restores "critical facilities", like hospitals, police and fire stations, communication facilities, water treatment plants, transportation providers and shelters.

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You may not see the FPL trucks in your neighborhood, but Florida Power and Light says they are near and working to get your power back on, but there is no specific information as to how soon any community may get its lights back on.

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Sorry, Miami, but Florida Power & Light isn't really going to pay for that old rotten food inside your refrigerator.

"Georgia Power continues to work with customers who are behind on payments or need to make payment arrangements through its usual customer service process", the statement reads. Value, Reliability, Customer Service and Stewardship are the cornerstones of the company's promise to 2.5 million customers in all but four of Georgia's 159 counties.