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The Sun Rises In A Dark, Powerless Lambertville

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Steve Keeley speaks with residents of Lambertville, NJ. Steve Keeley speaks with residents of Lambertville, NJ.

Monday morning is here and with it a glimpse of the sun.  Residents of Lambertville are out and about, getting an early start to their day.  They are taking full advantage of the natural light.

You see, Lambertville is still in the dark.  Residents do not have any power in this quaint New Jersey town.  They have been powerless for ten days, since Hurricane Sandy left them clamoring for batteries and generators.

The earliest the power company told residents to expect power is Wednesday.

Fox 29's Steve Keeley visited the town this morning and spoke with a few residents and business owners. 

 

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