Thursday 15 Nov 2018

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Duke Energy Deploys Workers, Offers Safety Tips (AUDIO)

Hurricane Florence is expected to leave millions in the dark.

Jeff Brooks with Duke Energy tells Goldsboro Daily News the utility has dispatched over 20,000 line workers and staff across the Carolinas to get power restored as quickly and safely as possible.

He says the restorations efforts may take days or weeks, in some cases.

Duke Energy customers that experience a power outage during Hurricane Florence can call 1-800-POWER-ON.

Listen to the full interview with Jeff Brooks below.

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