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POWER OUTAGES CONTINUE TO PLAGUE ISLANDS

Problems related to Hurricane Jose are still causing isolated, localized power outages throughout the territory.
A release Wednesday from the Water and Power Authority said salt spray on insulators and connectors, tree damage and winds from last week's hurricane have all contributed to the unusual number of trouble calls.
WAPA spokesperson Patricia Blake Simmonds said all problems should be solved by the end of the week.

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Problems related to Hurricane Jose are still causing isolated, localized power outages throughout the territory.
A release Wednesday from the Water and Power Authority said salt spray on insulators and connectors, tree damage and winds from last week's hurricane have all contributed to the unusual number of trouble calls.
WAPA spokesperson Patricia Blake Simmonds said all problems should be solved by the end of the week.