More Kentucky Utilities Workers Headed East In Storm Relief

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Updated: 10/30/2012 9:02 pm
More workers from Kentucky Utilities are headed east.

Last weekend 300 workers from KU and its subsidiary LG&E left to help out with Sandy.

Another 100 have joined them.

They're north of Allentown, Pennsylvania helping to restore power to 400,000 people.

Meanwhile 75 LG&E workers were sent to Southeastern Kentucky and Virginia to help after the snow there.
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