AL power crews to help restoration efforts in FL

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According to Trent Scott, spokesperson for the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association, a crew of nine workers from Plateau Electric Cooperative left Oneida this morning to head for Georgia to spend the night.

Electric Cooperative officials say over 100 Arkansas line workers will join at least 200 more from other states who will be traveling to SC.

"Restoring power after a storm of this magnitude is not easy, and we're happy to offer our crews and resources to help bring electricity back to their community", said Wayne McKee, PEC's vice president of operations.

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"With first light we'll be able to attack it and get those numbers down fairly quickly, we believe", said Van O'Cain with the Electric Cooperatives of SC. A total of 200 men are on their way to help the more than 75 percent of Floridians without power, officials say. "They represent us well with how hard, professionally and safely they work".

SCE&G reports about 50,000 customers without power Tuesday morning.

Alabama Power also shifted crews to areas statewide to cope with the more than 20,000 outages at home.

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Duke Energy says about 101,00 customers lost service in SC.

More than 100 Arkansas line workers formed a convoy Monday headed to SC to help with power system repairs.

Among them were 120 Dominion employees such as linemen, damage assessors, and safety experts, as well as 300 contractors from Virginia and North Carolina.

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