Two Homes Again Without Power In Harrison

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Consolidated Edison apologized Nov. 8 to customers for the delay in restoring power two weeks after Hurricane Sandy ripped through the region.
Consolidated Edison apologized Nov. 8 to customers for the delay in restoring power two weeks after Hurricane Sandy ripped through the region. Photo Credit: Patrick Stapleton

HARRISON, N.Y. – There are two Consolidated Edison customers without power in Harrison, according to the company's power outage map.

All Harrison Con Edison customers had regained their power by 6:46 p.m. Wednesday. However, one household that had power restored earlier in the week after losing it during Hurricane Sandy, lost power again Friday morning. A second resident also lost power Friday.

Con Edison CEO Kevin Burke apologized Nov. 8 to his Westchester and New York City customers for the delay.

“I am sorry for what happened. I am very sorry for what happened,” Burke said. “We’ve worked on this very hard. We made a significant number of improvements after Hurricane Irene. Unfortunately, this one came in so much greater than what we were planning for.”

The company was helped by utility crews from around the country, including crews from California and Texas, to deal with the worst power-outage storm in its history.

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