Orlando Utilities Commission Employees  Trucks assist in Hurricane Sandy Timothy Trudell

Orlando Utilities Commission Employees & Trucks assist in Hurricane Sandy recovery

Orlando Utilities Commission Employees & Trucks

Orlando Utilities Commission Employees & Trucks assist in Hurricane Sandy recovery

Twenty-seven Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) employees and 22 trucks traveled nearly 1,000 miles to Garrett County in Western Maryland on October 30, 2012. The utility's linemen have a lot of experience with heat and storms, but the mountains, cold and heavy snow from Hurricane Sandy presented a challenge. The Orlando, Florida-based linemen helped First Energy restore power in the wake of the massive storm.

Three days later, a second group of 14 OUC employees traveled more than 1,100 miles to assist the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) in New York, where more than 1.1 million residents were left in the dark. To see a video of the OUC crews in action, visit T&D World's Web site at http://videos.tdworld.com/video/OUC-Electric-Crews-Deploy-to-We

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