- Written by Administrator
- Published: 12 February 2013
As crews continue to work tirelessly fixing pipes, downed wires and restoring power, residents are taking to social media to get information about when they should expect life to return to normal.
The Fire Department/Emergency Management Twitter has been abuzz with activity as residents tweet to officials to find out when their roads will be cleared.
Mid afternoon, the FD/EM tweeted that "Serious progress has been made in the last several hours, main feeder on the OC RR bed line has been energized, branch lines off this next."
Serious progress has been made in the last several hours, main feeder on the OC RR bed line has been energized, branch lines off this next
As of noon on Tuesday, crews were working at the Old Colony rail bed power line feede, which services Hall's Corner; High St., which was a priority; Summer St., where residents were concerned about frozen pipes; and Pine St, about which the FD/EM Tweeted,"Pine St was a war zone many crews in area, Verizon was slow to get their stuff out of way, this has been addressed."
Follow the Fire Department and Emergency Management on Twitter and check back in with the Clipper for updates on power restoration.