By Sarah Lang
The Lebanon Reporter
Four line workers from Lebanon Utilities logged more than 1,500 miles on their work vehicle earlier this month by traveling to New Jersey to aid in power restoration to the East Coast after Superstorm Sandy.
The men spent 10 days helping to restore power in northeast Ohio and New Jersey after a powerful storm tore through the area and knocked out power to millions of customers in late October.
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