December 12, 2013
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - A spokesman for Alabama's electric
cooperatives say about 170 workers remain in Kentucky to help the
state restore electricity in the wake of last week's devastating
Darryl Gates, a spokeswoman, said in a statement Tuesday that 20
electric cooperatives in Alabama are participating in the effort.
A spokesman for the Kentucky Public Service Commission said
Monday that at least 255,000 Kentucky homes and businesses remained
Gates said Alabama is among 12 states aiding in the restoration
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