(AP) -- Crews from Ameren Illinois
are on the East Coast to help restore power after Superstorm Sandy.
Ameren spokesman Leigh Morris said that 67 workers, field personnel, linemen and
supervisors are in New Jersey
to assess damage and restore power.
Morris says storms with high winds typically
break off major tree limbs, snap trees in two or uproot trees. He says that's
why nearly 100 forestry and electric contractors are also headed east.
It isn't clear how long the crews will
remain on the scene.
Ameren is helping Public Service Electric
and Gas Co.