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Out-of-state lineman misses son's wedding to restore power in Florida

16 Septembre 2017

Power has been restored for more than 1 million statewide Duke Energy customers.

The message was posted shortly before midnight, the time the utility had said the city would be back online.

"This has been a devastating storm and it's all hands on deck until the job is done", Ken Boohr of Duke Energy said.

He said he did appreciate the progress that has been made and the efforts of workers. Duke Energy also says Seminole County should have its power fully restored by Sunday, as well.

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"It's very rewarding", LeBlanc told the station. "I can't sing and dance too well, but I can perform linework safely, and not a lot of people can do this job safely". This is why God put us on this Earth. "He missed his son's wedding to get customers' lights on after #Irma #ThankALineman".

The tweet from the power company said, "Shout out to Jim, a #NC lineman restoring power in #FL".

For the homeowners in the Largo neighborhood where the Raleigh crews are working, they're finding ways to express how thankful they are to have crews come from out of state to help.

"He loves that place pretty good so I'll try to do something nice for him", LeBlanc said. About the same time, some 150,000 customers were still without power in Pinellas County, where LeBlanc and his crew were located. On Thursday, Duke Energy reported 17,800 customers in the Carolinas still without power from Irma.

Out-of-state lineman misses son's wedding to restore power in Florida