SRP sending 3rd contingent of workers to help Puerto Rico

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PHOENIX (AP) -

The Salt River Project is sending a third contingent of workers to Puerto Rico to help restore power on the U.S. territory where the electrical system was devastated by hurricanes.

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The workers deploying Friday for a 30-day rotation will replace the second contingent of SRP workers. The members of the second contingent will return to Arizona on Monday after 30 days of working in Puerto Rico.

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The 10-member third contingent will work on behalf of the American Public Power Association.

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SRP says the group includes supervisors and managers in fields such as line work, engineering and design, logistics and safety.

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