I&M sends teams to Florida in advance of Hurricane Ian landfall

I&M sends teams to Florida in advance of Hurricane

Indiana Michigan Power is sending mutual assistance teams to Florida in advance of Hurricane Ian, tracked to make landfall this week along Florida’s Gulf Coast. More than 350 I&M line workers, damage assessors, forestry experts, support staff and business partners will be in place before the anticipated landfall. Crews will work 16-hour days to restore electricity to those who lose power in the wake of the storm. I&M employees from Fort Wayne, South Bend, Elkhart, Marion, Muncie and Southwest Michigan will join crews from all over the country in Florida. Though there is no timetable for their return, I&M said in a statement it is ready and prepared to respond if outages occur in Indiana and Michigan. You can follow I&M’s role in the restoration efforts on Facebook and Twitter

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