El Paso Electric Crews Return Back To The Borderland
The devastation left by Hurricane Sandy affected millions who were without power.
El Paso Electric responded to Consolidated Edison's call for help and send 28 El Pasoans to assist in the restoration of electricity.
The workers, who volunteered to go, headed to New York on November 2nd and stayed there for about two weeks.
News Channel Nine was there when they arrived earlier today and we asked one volunteer why this was so important to him
"Self satisfaction, I guess it's a boost for once for everyone, our company we appreciated they send us out there first" said volunteer, Daniel Gonzalez.
EPE crew helped restore power to approximately 3.3 million customers.