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Thu August 30, 2012
Kentucky Utilities Sending Crews to Help with Isaac Damage
Kentucky Utilities and Louisville Gas and Electric have answered the call to help with restoration efforts following Hurricane Isaac. KU spokesman Cliff Feltham,
“What we have decided to do is send roughly two hundred of our…a combination of employees and our contractor crews south to be deployed wherever they are needed, and they left early this morning.”
Feltham says the crews will report to a staging area in either South Tennessee or North Mississippi, and will fan out from there. He believes their first assignment will be in the Baton Rouge area.