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WINTER WEATHER-WVA-APCO
APCo prepares for winter storm in W.Va., 32 contractors to be staged in Princeton

Reported by: Associated Press
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 12:50 PM EST
CHARLESTON, W.Va.


Appalachian Power is staging more than 30 contractors in southern West Virginia in advance of a winter storm.

The utility said Wednesday that 32 contractors will be staged in Princeton. They will respond wherever needed on Thursday.

Appalachian Power vice president Phil Wright says in a news release that the utility is confident its system will hold up well.

Wright says colder temperatures and a lack of wind should limit widespread outages.

If the extra crews aren't needed after the storm passes, they'll be on standby to help other utilities.










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