Yahoo! Canada News talks to 20-year veteran Adam Rees about what his days were like after superstorm Sandy
Two months after superstorm Sandy hit the U.S. East Coast, we still see images of houses half knocked down, trees uprooted, cars on their sides and furniture piled high on the curbs.
But the good news for most people who still have a home standing is they have power. Once the storm blew through and the weather started to calm down, the first item many mayors and governors started reporting is the number of people without power. Getting it restored to homes is a priority and something that couldn't have been done as quickly without utility workers from all over the continent including about 65 from Toronto Hydro.
"I never even hesitate, especially when they say stuff like we are going to go help out another utility...let's go, let's help out," said Adam Rees, a 20-year veteran of Toronto Hydro, to Yahoo! Canada News.
He and others from Toronto left a week after Sandy hit. TheyRead More »from Yahoo! Exclusive: Toronto Hydro employees worked long days in Long Island after Hurricane Sandy