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GRU crews assist mid-Atlantic clean up from hurricane Irene

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Gainesville Regional Utilities linemen and a fleet of bucket trucks took a road-trip north to help with Hurricane Irene restoration efforts. The crews arrived in Baltimore Tuesday afternoon to restore power lines knocked down by the storm.

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