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Albany power crews provide relief to hurricane victims

August 26, 2004

Kissimmee, FL- Some city workers in Albany have been working hard to provide relief in an area hit hard by Hurricane Charley.

Water, Gas and Light sent two crews, six men and three pieces of equipment down to Kissimmee, Florida over a week ago. The crews have been working hard to restore power in that devastated area.

Water Gas and Light Spokesperson Lorie Farkas explains"The industry is always willing to help each other. It's a large family."

Those power crews could return to Albany as early as tomorrow.

Posted by jennifer.hulsey@walb.com at 3:49 PM.

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