Man on the Street: What was your worst experience with a power outage?

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Craig Cook, West Baltimore, ex-Army

 

 

 

“It wasn’t related to a storm, but somebody working on a house about a block from me. We never got a straight answer from BG & E. We would call and get different answers.”

Nick Politakis, Canton

 

 

 

“It was a chance to read more. If you look at a power outage for us versus what those families in the West experienced with wildfires…losing power for a couple days is insignificant.”

Coard Simpler, at  Steve’s Lunch, Cross St. Market

 

 

 

“Do you really expect BG & E to fix these kinds of emergencies every hundred years? …It was an on-land hurricane. How often do we get one of those?”

Tom Gregory, artist, Federal Hill

 

 

 

What was your worst experience with a power outage? Tell us in comments.

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