More Power Restoration Reported in Hasbrouck Heights
Power returned to some of the areas on the north end of town including Baldwin and Pasadena Avenues.
UPDATE 8:30 p.m. - Reports are coming in that more areas in Hasbrouck Heights have had power returned as of Tuesday evening.
The areas on the north end of town near Route 46 including Baldwin Avenue and Pasadena Avenue reportedly now have power, according to Borough Administrator Mike Kronyak. Areas of Henry Street, Ottawa, Oak Grove, part of Lincoln are still without.
The latest work plan from PSE&G released on Tuesday morning showed there were 760 customers in Hasbrouck Heights still without power.
The work plan shows they plan to restore power to 370 customers on Tuesday, 185 on Wednesday and Thursday and a remaining 20 on Friday. There are no specifics provided as to which areas will be serviced first.
According to PSE&G the plan is to have all customers back in service by Friday and the majority before then.
Hurricane Sandy, which struck the area Oct. 29 into Oct. 30, took out power lines and trees all over the borough leaving about 70 percent without power initially. Since then the majority of neighborhoods got power back within the first few days but many areas are now going on more than a week without power.
Stay tuned for more updates.
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