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Postcard From the Nor'easter: So Cal Edison's Newest Worker

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Workers with Southern California Edison who are back east this week helping out with the post-Hurricane Sandy recovery are experiencing some weather that's not quite the usual L.A. mildness thanks to the snowy nor'easter storm that hit Wednesday.

SCE sent out a Tweet with a photo of their newest "cool" recruit:

SCE's 126 line workers and five Red Cross-trained employees have been lending a hand and representing Los Angeles along with several Los Angeles Department of Water and Power employees as the region struck by Sandy gets back on its feet.

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