AUGUSTA (AP) – A dozen Central Maine Power line crews have left for Nova Scotia to help restore electric service after remnants of Hurricane Noel brought down tree limbs and wires.

CMP’s service area suffered some damage but was spared the worst of the storm. Spokesman John Carroll says the utility had plenty of crews and equipment available to complete its storm repairs in Maine and “help our neighbors in the Maritimes.”

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