More NY state utility workers headed for Puerto Rico

November 28, 2017 06:45 PM

New York State is sending more help to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.

Governor Cuomo announced another 72 electric utility experts are due to arrive Tuesday and Wednesday to help get power restored.

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Along with the personnel come another 55 utility vehicles. They are being delivered on a barge that should be docking at the Port of San Juan.

So far, New York State has sent 457 utility workers and about 330 vehicles to help with the recovery efforts.


WNYT Staff

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