Sandy Update 11/5/12: 113,084 LIPA Customers In Suffolk County Without Power, Schools In The Hamptons Resume Class, Websites To Help Find Gas
Originally Posted: November 05, 2012
248,285 LIPA customers without power. (Photo: Nicole Barylski)
There are still 248,285 LIPA
customers without power. Currently there are 8,307 outages in Suffolk County which is affecting 113,084 people. For more information visit:www.lipower.com
. To report a power outage call 800-490-0075, 631-755-6900 or text OUT to 695472.
The North Sea Transfer (1370 Majors Path, Southampton) and the Hampton Bays Transfer Stations (116 Hampton Rd, Southampton) will be open Tuesday, November 6 for individuals impacted by the Hurricane Sandy.
After being closed for a week, schools on the East End of Long Island resumed classes on Monday, November 5.
Many gas stations are out of gas or have no power throughout the tri-state area including many East End stations. For updated information on which stations have gas visit: www.longislandgasprices.com
which is updated every four hours for some stations and hessexpress.com
which updates every 20 minutes.
Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com