Westport Island: Looking Back at Hurricane Sandy

Some lost power for 20 minutes here…an hour there…and others were without power for the better part of two days. A minor inconvenience compared to the devastation suffered by some neighbors in coastal New York and New Jersey.

Now, it’s time to be thankful for our electrical power and to say thank you to: those members of the Fire Department who spent the heart of Tuesday night cutting downed trees off utility wires and roads; Earl Grant for spending all night trying to keep roads cleared and safely marked; and Central Maine Power (CMP) and their assisting power crews for efforts to get our power back on.

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Posted on November 3, 2012, in Emergency Services, News and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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