Day 6: Who is Still Without Power in Marple Newtown?
Are you still without power post Hurricane Sandy?
Marple Newtown Patch readers chimed in and shared their frustrations of the power outages after Hurricane Sandy by tweeting us, adding Facebook comments, and commenting on our site. To those that shared with us, we've added your streets into the map above. Take a look and see what other neighborhoods in the Marple Newtown area are still without power.
Are you still without power? What street, neighborhood, and town do you live in? Tell us in the comments.
More than 850,000 PECO customers lost power due to Hurricane Sandy. According to PECO, that's one out of every two customers who lost power.
As of 10 p.m. Friday, according to PECO, crews have safely restored service to more than 770,000 of their customers who had lost power. Approximately 80,000 customers are still without power. Delaware County had 3,500 customers still without power by 3 p.m. Friday but PECO was able to decrease that number to 3,000 by 3 p.m. Friday.
Here are the latest outage numbers for Marple and Newtown Townships as of 10 p.m. Friday.
Marple Township: 51-500
Newtown Township: 51-500
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