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update: E Hartsdale Ave...article in Popular Mechanics about underground transformer explosions
Release Date: February 27, 2014

This is the latest update from Police Chief McNerney.  I found an interesting article about underground transformer explosions explaining how these kind of explosions occur...

This is the latest update from Police Chief McNerney.  I found an interesting article about underground transformer explosions explaining how these kind of explosions occur...

 

 
The latest update:
As of 10:15pm, all power will be restored to 120 and 140 East Hartsdale Avenue momentarily. (Most power to both buildings has been restored.) The only building still without power is 100 East Hartsdale. Con Edison needs to go into the manhole where the fire was, but they are still receiving high Carbon Monoxide levels. They have a generator on scene that they will connect to the power source to get 100 East Hartsdale Avenue powered. They have advised that they are not leaving until power is restored. Unfortunately, at the moment, they cannot give me an E.T.A. on time of restoration to 100 East Hartsdale.
Chief McNerney
 
 
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