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Hurricane Michael threatens nuclear power plants – Georgia – Florida

Hurricane Michael On Path of Several Nuclear Reactors, Latest Maps, Charts, Live Data, Flooding

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Nearly 3,000 Georgia Power personnel ready to respond to Hurricane Michael

Company reminds customers to stay informed and safe during and after storm  Ciston PR Newswire ATLANTAOct. 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — As Hurricane Michael impacts the Gulf Coast, Georgia Power is ready to respond to power outages as quickly and safely as possible with nearly 3,000 personnel from the company and assisting utilities. Crews are continuing to mobilize from unaffected areas across Georgia over the next 24 hours and are strategically positioning throughout the state ready to re-enter central and south Georgia, and other areas, as Hurricane Michael subsides.

Damage assessment teams will be the first to enter affected areas and will relay critical field information so restoration teams can be dispatched as safely and efficiently as possible. Additional resources are available as part of the Southern Company system, which includes multiple electric and gas companies serving more than 9 million customers…….https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/nearly-3-000-georgia-power-personnel-ready-to-respond-to-hurricane-michael-300729092.html

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October 11, 2018 - Posted by | climate change, USA

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