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Officials Say 24,000 Customers Still Without Power In New Jersey

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Officials Say 24,000 Customers Still Without Power In New Jersey

Officials Say 24,000 Customers Still Without Power In New Jersey

After Monday's winter storm, thousands were left without power, including 17,000 in Sussex County where residents may not have electricity until Thursday.

CBS2's Reena Roy reports.

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