Rest will have to wait for weary Pepco crews
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Rest will have to wait for weary Pepco crews

Allan Cooper and Brian Miles, linemen for Pepco in Montgomery County, are among the crew members pulling extended shifts as power companies try to cope with the region's crippling back-to-back snowstorms. (Michael Ruane/The Washington Post)

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