More than 2,000 in the Area Still in the Dark

by Deirdre Blake posted Mar 25 2013 4:32PM
If you are among the more than 2,000 Rappahanock Electric Cooperative members still without power as of late Monday afternoon, officials are asking for patience.
Like in the storm earlier this month, this time "Storm Virgil" drops heavy wet snow. It has caused already tress limbs to fall onto power lines.
Spokeswoman Anne Lewis says report your outage and be careful tonight. never hook a generator directly into your home's power circuit. It could bleed back into the line and cause an electrocution hazard. Also, never assume your neighbor's report of an outage is enough.
Lewis says crews will work around-the-clock, if needed, to get all the lights back on.
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03/25/2013 4:32PM
More than 2,000 in the Area Still in the Dark
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