Boone Electric Cooperative sends team to help with Irma relief

Irma knocks out power to more than 33000 in South Carolina

Electric crews from Arkansas to assist in recovery efforts in Florida, South Carolina

Over two dozen Coast Electric crew members rolled out this morning to help with relief in Florida after Hurricane Irma.

In 1989, when the Category 4 Hurricane Hugo struck SC, power was knocked out to more than 227,000 residences and businesses.

Twelve members of the state's Electric Cooperatives of SC association reported 7,560 outages around SC.

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Officials with Indiana Electric Cooperatives say the workers will leave the state Tuesday to work with electric cooperatives near Macon, Georgia.

Initial reports from the area indicate the damage seems to be a large number of downed power lines.

"Alabama's cooperatives are always willing to help our fellow cooperatives when there is a need", says Fred Braswell, president and CEO of the Alabama Rural Electric Association.

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Crews are expected to be gone up to two weeks, according to information from Meeker Cooperative.

The Kandiyohi Power Cooperative has also offered to provide assistance in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

Clay Electric serves 170,000 members in 14 North Florida counties.

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Missouri's electric cooperatives are no strangers to helping out in hurricane zones. These outage numbers continue to decrease, and highlight the resilience, preparedness and collaboration of electric cooperatives. Crews from NNEC and many other electric cooperatives in the Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives headed south to aid our sister co-ops in SC and Georgia. Its emergency assistance program began in 1948.

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