Utility crews in New Jersey restoring electric service after storm

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Utility crews in New Jersey continue restoring electricity in the wake of a major snowstorm that left thousands without service.

There are 1,471 customers statewide who are still in the dark Monday.

Jersey Central Power and Light says 1,204 homes and businesses, mainly in Hunterdon County, are without service.

Atlantic City Electric has 252 customers, mostly in Cape May and Ocean counties.

Public Service Electric and Gas is reporting 15 outages, mostly in Essex County.

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