LIPA: Less than 200K in the dark

LIPA says just under 200,000 Long Islanders are still in the dark more than a week after Sandy hit.The power authority says it expects to

WOODBURY - LIPA says just under 200,000 Long Islanders are still in the dark more than a week after Sandy hit.The power authority says it expects to have 90 percent of its customers back online by tomorrow.That number doesn't include some of Long Island's most devastated areas, like Long Beach and Fire Island.

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