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Power Slowly Returns in NY After Superstorm


The Long Island Power Authority continues to report the most outages, with about 460,000 homes, buildings and businesses still dark as of 7:30 a.m. Saturday. There are about 275,000 Con Edison customers without service and another 119,000 in suburban Orange and Rockland counties. Officials say that as power was being restored Friday, several small explosions jolted residents of a Manhattan neighborhood and popped two manhole covers. The Daily News reports the explosions occurred when the utility started restoring electricity and the current hit salt on the power lines. Nobody was hurt.

Power Slowly Returns in NY After Superstorm

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