A U.S. Department of Energy official says utility crews have been slower to fix Northeast power outages caused by last weekend's snowstorm than they were after Hurricane Irene and its remnants because they had less time to prepare.
Power is slowly being resorted to Hunterdon County. The outages are down to 29,000 and officials say it won't be until Thursday evening when most power is back. Some power may not be restored until Friday morning
Hunterdon County was one of the worst areas hit by the Halloween Weekend storm. Power and cell service is out due to hundreds of massive trees crashing down from the weight of the snow. It will be days before power is restored in many areas.
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