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Utility crews out in force to restore power in Mass., N.H.

Work could take days to complete

Crews worked to restore electric service in Bow, N.H., yesterday. A large pine tree that snapped at its base during a windstorm earlier in the week had brought down wires. Some residents in the state could remain without power for several days. Crews worked to restore electric service in Bow, N.H., yesterday. A large pine tree that snapped at its base during a windstorm earlier in the week had brought down wires. Some residents in the state could remain without power for several days. (Cheryl Senter/Associated Press)
By Michael Corcoran
Globe Correspondent / February 28, 2010

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Thousands of people remained without power yesterday in Massachusetts and New Hampshire as hundreds of utility crews labored to fix electrical wires that were downed Thursday and early Friday by high winds and heavy rains. (Full article: 536 words)

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