When there is a power outage, people – and offices that can’t do business – start to wonder: can I sue the power company if there’s a blackout?
The incident was reported around 9:15 p.m. Monday.
An underground transformer explosion rattled a center city neighborhood Tuesday.
Community College of Philadelphia in downtown Philadelphia is closed until at least noon Monday because of a power outage.
PECO officials said 1,397 customers were in the dark due to a tree that hit a power line in the Lansdowne/Drexel Hill area in Delaware County.
Residents and workers in Chester County try to get through the day without power.
A Peco spokesman reports power went out Tuesday morning, shortly after 11:15am.
Atlantic City Electric reports that the number of outages are now reduced to just under 200 customers.
PECO is reporting close to 600 customers are in the dark at this hour in the five counties.
According to PECO, 4,000 customers in Doylestown/New Hope and north are in the dark.
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In certain places where the road is blocked, where power is a memory, where trees tangle and sprawl out on electric lines over homes long abandoned. It would seem normal life has all but ceased.
The Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission resumed service to the city’s homeless Sunday afternoon after a power outage shut it down in some of the coldest weather of the year.
Tens of thousands of PECO customers were happy and warm Saturday night, but, there’s still many more people throughout the area who are still in the dark.
Power has been restored to a nursing home in Langhorne, Bucks County after a backup generator failed.