Nov 28, 2014 6:42 PM
CONCORD - Utility repair crews can't work fast enough for some who have been without power since Wednesday.
Friday in Concord we caught up with crews changing fuses and repairing downed electrical lines along Shawmut Street. Folks who live there were relieved to have their power restored.
Farther up the road, on Appleton Street, it was early afternoon and people were still waiting for their power to be restored.
Joe Fitzgerald struggled to keep his family and guests warm. He said, "We also have a well, so we have 13 people with limited bathroom facilities. Not a good combination. College kids with no showers - are you kidding."
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