Underground blast injures two HECO workers, knocks out power to 1,100 customers
HECO says all power was restored by about 3:15 PM, some five hours after the blast.
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#1 Jan 17, 2010
"A HECO employee working on an underground cable was taken to the hospital in serious condition."
God be with this man. An arc flash incident in a confined space is usually fatal. You wonder why it costs so much to underground electrical facilities?
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