Thousands of residents in New Hampshire are still without power two days after a nor’easter hit the state.
Eversource, the main utility provider in the region, has reported that around 23,000 people are currently without power, with the majority being its customers.
The company has called in crews from neighboring states and even from Canada and Indiana to help with the restoration process.
The western part of the state was particularly affected, with heavy wet snow causing damage to trees and power lines.
Some areas are so badly damaged that utility crews have not been able to access them yet.
Eversource has stated that it plans to have power fully restored by 6 p.m.
Friday and those without power can find specific restoration times on the company’s website.
Despite the challenges, progress is being made in getting the state back to normal after the storm.