Princeton crews provide aid in Sandy effort
PRINCETON — Four employees of the Princeton Electric Department have headed to the state of Ohio to help restore electric power to the victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Brad Snethen, Toby Lindeland, Joe Law and Kevin Amy left Princeton Tuesday morning and aren’t expected back for more than a week.
After slamming across the Caribbean during the weekend, Superstorm Sandy crashed into the eastern portion of the United States on Monday. As of Wednesday morning, at least 8 million people are without electric power in 15 states and the District of Columbus and at least 30 people in the U.S. had died. Towns and cities have been flooded, homes burned, public transit systems shut down and people stranded, with blizzard conditions in West Virginia.
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