Mn Power Crews And Equipment Head To Puerto Rico

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The outage in Puerto Rico is considered the longest disruption of electricity in us history. Ameren is sending almost 75 line workers and additional support personnel as part of this effort.

LG&E and Kentucky Utility Company workers are headed to Puerto Rico to help assist in a mass effort to restore power months after the destruction of Hurricane Maria.

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Much of Puerto Rico still is without electric and cell phone service. He says only now are mainland US utilities able to be able to get the equipment and people there, and be able to move them where they need to be.

Now, more than three months after Hurricane Maria, about half of the island's 3.3 million people are still without power. "The incident management teams on the island already have enhanced PREPA's organizational structure and management and logistics capabilities so that PREPA is ready to put these additional lineworkers and support personnel to work as soon as they arrive".

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"As we speak, hundreds of trucks and thousands of pieces of equipment are being barged into Puerto Rico", said Carlos D. Torres, power restoration coordinator appointed by Gov. Ricardo Rosselló.

Ray Wiesehan, vice president of Ameren's corporate security and crisis management, said the company plans to send additional crews, if needed, until the work has been completed.

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says the island probably won't see full power restored until May.