Power Outages Down in Cinnaminson and Moorestown, but Continue in Burlington County

Over 3,000 in the county remained without power at 5 p.m.

Although customers in Cinnaminson and Moorestown have had power almost completely restored, over 3,000 Burlington County residents remained without power around 5 p.m.

Previously, there were 1,336 PSE&G customers in Cinnaminson were without power, and 199 customers in Moorestown were in the dark, according to the electric company's power outage map. In total, 10,427 customers were without power throughout the county earlier in the day.

As of 5 p.m., just 60 Moorestown residents were without power, while 130 in Cinnaminson were waiting for the lights to be turned back on. Throughout the county, 3,050 residents were still without power at 5 p.m.
John February 05, 2014 at 12:04 PM
Thats not good oh well enjoy the weather
christine February 06, 2014 at 07:23 AM
Same area as last week too, my friend told me. With all the PSEG towers in this town, I have a hard time understanding such problems!
John February 06, 2014 at 12:24 PM
Its the trees and ice on the power lines, people that live in the woods will always get a loss of power....Thats an act of God and I am not defending PSE&G....
Dan Reynolds February 07, 2014 at 09:03 AM
1/2" inch of ice = about 500 lbs on a power line. That same ice makes a tree branch weigh about 30x more then it normally does. Ice mixed with the earlier heavy wet snow just brings down branches and trees with ease. PSEGs problem is not the high tension lines in town - they are under a literal ton of stress given the weight of the cable - and they can handle up to 1" of ice.. its the smaller lower power lines you see in front of your house. If service gets broken from a fallen tree or branch, and its the "outlet" of a substation - it will take out a whole neighborhood. That mixed with the small local trees taking out power block by block... It happens.


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