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Unbelievable situation, wow, I wonder if perhaps a truck/ or car got blown into the base of the pole during the worst of the storm?

mipahollo1

Wow, this is one great picture PG! Thanks for posting!

puzzeljac

Great idea, but they better put the lines in the ground. Thanks PG

ebkrueg

Wow, certainly lots of wires going both ways on one pole.

pkin38

Glad to hear that thanks PG

photogent

Thank you pkin I have sen this one before and we did rescue all but one on the ship that went down in the storm, the Bounty.

photogent

All our best wishes go out to the people of the area. I am one of the lucky ones and am not in harm's way this time. Ditto I received this shot from a friend of mine in the area. They are all right as long as the truck does not move.

pkin38

PG here is a site you might want to see.

http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2012/10/hurricane-sandy-after-landfall/100396/

SMor2Ditto

Whoa, sure not something you see every day.... Looks like the equipment is there for the duration, until a new pole can be seated.... Some shot PG.... Hope you're not in harms way.... :) :)

jacquescamus

what a mess!

shirley68

Being a carrier of so many lines, it's no wonder it came down.

laurajane

My home state. My heart goes out to so many friends there. I wish I could have gone with the Red Cross there to help, but was unable due to my upcoming trip. I hated to say no.

photogent

Thank you Patti. Love your blue Jay picture.

PLG1958

Wow. Thanks for the great photo, PG!

photogent

I guess they need two pole trucks to fix that paggysuss.

peggysuss

My sis lives in Towaco and their still out. 2 poles went down right next to each other.

photogent

No job too small and I hope it does not get tired holding that pole.

chickiemama

An interesting temporary fix.

lyndee

I agree Pumpkin. Underground is the way to go. Looks like another system might hit later in the week. Sure hope they get power before then. Nice
picture Photogent. Enjoyed solving it.

pkin38

Gotta do what you gotta do. Love it Thanks PG for posting

pumpkinhead

Maybe time to invest $$$$$$$$$$ to put lines underground?
Getting cold this week-hopefully all of those down there working can get power back to most people.

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