Crews continue to work about a dozen separate tickets affecting less than 40 members scattered throughout York County. Half of those affect only one or two members. Rights-of-way have been cleared and crews will be working until everyone is back in service.
Crews continue to plug away at the less than 80 outages that remain scattered in northwestern and southern York County. The repairs yet to be made include replacing over 20 broken poles on top of the roughly 30 that have already been replaced. Crews will be working non-stop until
all members are back in service.
Restoration efforts from last week’s ice storm continue for less than 100 members without power scattered across parts of northwestern and southern York County. Crews are working non-stop until all service is restored.
Crews have made headway tonight and have dropped the number of members out to under 150. Most crews will continue to push on through the night as hard and quickly as they safely can. Asplundh crews continue to clear rights-of-ways to allow crews to access poles and wires. The majority of members are expected to be restored by tomorrow.
The number of Adams Electric members without power has dropped to around 250. Crews will be working through the night to restore as many possible outages by tonight. The majority of members are expected to be back in service on Monday.
There are several locations in York County that need extensive tree cutting and right-of-way clearing before crews can access down poles and wires. An Asplundh specialty mower has been clearing mangled rights-of-way near Winterstown today. Asplundh will continue to clear with crews following to repair damages.
Still have repair work to be done, but check out what’s been done so far.
Under 600 without power, mainly in York County. Work remains in southern York County. Crews are working to get groups of 20, 30 and 50 back in power at a time. It is slow go with rights-of-way remaining to be cut. We have the 4-wheel drive Asplundh mower working in the Winterstown area.
Number of members without power drops below 600, most of those in York County. Met-Ed is reporting 2,200 still out of power in York County. Restoration efforts take clearing rights-of-way covered in snow and ice, replacing broken poles in hard-to-reach areas, and getting wire back up in the air.
Crews rested overnight and were back in the field early this morning to restore power to 800 members, mainly in York County. Lots of trees remain to be cut off lines and in rights-of-way so workers can make repairs. There are poles to replace and wire to be restrung. Safety is top priority as more workers concentrate on shrinking area of outages.
Barring another weather today, it is hoped that remaining 800 members will be back in power by late tonight. If you are without power, please continue to check back throughout the day for a status update by calling 800/726-2324.