Tombigbee Electric workers help following Hurricane Michael

Tombigbee Electric crews are helping in efforts in restore power near Panama City.

Posted: Oct. 14, 2018 11:52 PM
Updated: Oct. 14, 2018 11:52 PM

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residents are slowly returning to towns devastated by hurricane michael. some finding nothing left of their homes or businesses. now efforts to clean-up are underway. officials sayit'll be a few days before water is readily availble meanwhile tombigbee crew workers have been down in florida since thursday. in two days, having rebuilt about 13 miles of distribution line. ...all this amid the destruction, where businesses have shut down or were destroyed. workers report that weather conditionsare improving and its not as hot, but that mosquitoes are really bad. in addition to that, they have no power or sleeping accommodations. they gulf coast estimates it'll take two to three months with more than 100 crews to restore power. help us also "drinking water is scarce, water to bathe withis scare. we lend a helping hand, so in return when we need help they'll come and help us also." there are no reports of major injuries after
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