PSE&G: 78,500 Middlesex County reside...

PSE&G: 78,500 Middlesex County residents still without power

There are 8 comments on the NJ.com story from Nov 2, 2012, titled PSE&G: 78,500 Middlesex County residents still without power. In it, NJ.com reports that:

In a telephone conference with the media today, PSE&G executives Ralph Izzo and Ralph LaRossa said they'd been working to restore power not only to homes and businesses but to gas stations that were being identified as having fuel but no power.

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Vinny

Somerset, NJ

#1 Nov 2, 2012
Im in middlesex, nj and i still dont have power
Cyndi

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Nov 2, 2012
We are cold and it's only getting colder with each night. Getting very frustrated with not one sighting of any PSEG truck in our neighborhood of Lawrencebrook - many small children here- and a newborn. C'mon!
Millie

Bayonne, NJ

#3 Nov 3, 2012
I'm in dunellen. A one square mile town and still no power. Going on 6 days now. I guess we r to small of a torn to count. Not one pseg truck has even driven through our town.. No one is getting my vote!!!! You all suck!!!
luke

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Nov 5, 2012
sucks is to nice a word. The trains cant even see the station. Power lines down everywhere. Washington to 22 still blocked. An pseg hasnt even started yet. There saying tuesday for parts of dunellen, i dont see how when they havnt even started yet. We will be lucky to be up by friday. Gonna be real safe going through a noreaster with no power. Thanks for nothing.
Narjis

Islamabad, Pakistan

#5 Nov 5, 2012
Any one know if there is power in carteret area? Friend of mine lives there and i cant reach her.
Joel

Millville, NJ

#6 Nov 5, 2012
Narjis wrote:
Any one know if there is power in carteret area? Friend of mine lives there and i cant reach her.
Carteret borough website says now up to 87% power restored.
Katrena

Jackson, MI

#7 Nov 8, 2012
Did you complainers know that my husband who drove all the way from Michigan is in your town working on your power lines? He is working very hard. Just to let you know, I am 30 weeks pregnant and missing my husband. He has been there since the day before the storm hit. There are many good people out there trying their hardest to restore power. It was a big storm, did a lot of damage. It's going to take time. Can't just press a button on your cell phone and have the lights turn on.
dadu

Mumbai, India

#8 Nov 8, 2012
Katrena, you area brave, and very lucky to have a man who also cares for others.
My family is in Piscataway, and without power, heating, and phone. Let us hope PSEG meets the friday target for restoration

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