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30,000 In NYC Without Power During Heat Wave Weekend

OilPrice.com Monday, 22 July 2019
Some 30,000 Con Ed customers in New York City were left without power temporarily yesterday as the utility fought a string of outages caused by the heat wave that struck the city this weekend. β€œHere’s where we stand: Con Ed is taking 30K customers in Brooklyn, including Carnarsie, Mill Basin and Flatbush, temporarily off power so it can make repairs and prevent a bigger outage,” New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a tweet on Sunday afternoon. In a later tweet, De Blasio said Con Ed would begin bringing back customers to the…
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Con Edison said it expected to restore power for all its customers by Monday evening.

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