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Bucks County Residents Still Without Power

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HOLLAND, Pa. -

A lack of power is still a big problem in our area.

As of Saturday night, across New Jersey, PSE&G says there are still about 607,000 people still without electricity. The majority of those outages are in the northern part of the state.

Atlantic City Electric says that about 10,000 homes are still in the dark. PECO reports workers are still trying to restore power to about 50,000 customers.

More than half of those outages are in Bucks County, where families are struggling to keep warm.

As temperatures dip dangerously low, FOX 29's Dave Kinchen report from Holland where people are going into yet another night without any power and, of course, no heat.

PECO officials say they hope to have power on for people in Bucks County by the end of Sunday night. The worst case scenario, they say, is by the beginning of next week.

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