MIDDLE RIVER, Md - Nearly one-thousand extra utility workers have arrived in Maryland from 11 states, including Canada, as BGE workers try to restore power to tens of thousands since last Friday's storms hit.
Early Thursday morning, ABC2 News was out in Middle River surveying the area and caught workers trying to restore power to homes nearby.
BGE officials said Thursday morning that 92-percent of customers have had their power restored.
BGE says that any downed power lines or outages need to be reported immediately by calling 1-877-779-2222.
We should learn more Thursday from the Public Service Commission about how utility restoration has been going. PSC officials say they will address issues regarding the cost of the storm and underground utility lines.
The chairman of PSC will not address how each utility responded to the outages. PSC officials say they plan to release a report of how each power company in Maryland responded at a later time.
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