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Saturday, April 13, 2024

Power Out in Delco? PECO Says They Won’t Be Coming Out Anytime Soon as 911 Calls Pour In

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RESIDENTS in Delaware County who lost power due to storm damage are stuck without answers after PECO informed authorities they simply won’t provide a time-frame of when they will be able to get crews out, noting that crews won’t be coming out anytime soon, Your Content has learned.

PECO Energy Company received several requests for an update after residents called 911 to report transformer fires, downed trees, polls and wiring.

They told officials there won’t be any time-frame provided due to their busy schedule. The power company assured Delco officials they will not be getting the crews out anytime soon, according to radio communications.

PECO could be reached at 1-800-841-4141.


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