GRU Crews Hard At Work Restoring Power
Yesterday's April showers may eventually bring May flowers, but for now they've brought broken fences, crushed houses, and down power lines.
And when that happens, GRU employees like Ken Simmons spring into action.
Simmons says GRU depends on customers letting them know when their lights are out. Nearly 14,000 customers lost power at some point, and will work all through the night and into tomorrow morning until everyone is back up.
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