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Watching, Waiting on Storm Repairs in Corinth

  • Corinth Emergency Management Coordinator Joe Truss, left, keeps an eye on phone lines as Fire Chief Ed Pospisil watches for oncoming traffic on Chelsea Road in Corinth where a downed tree severed power lines yesterday. With a heavy load of repairs because of high winds, Truss and Pospisil waited for about an hour before a utility crew arrived to repair the damage.(Valley News - James M. Patterson)

    Corinth Emergency Management Coordinator Joe Truss, left, keeps an eye on phone lines as Fire Chief Ed Pospisil watches for oncoming traffic on Chelsea Road in Corinth where a downed tree severed power lines yesterday. With a heavy load of repairs because of high winds, Truss and Pospisil waited for about an hour before a utility crew arrived to repair the damage.(Valley News - James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Hans Pope-Howe of Washington Electric Power Co-op cuts a tree away from power lines where it fell on Chelsea Road in Corinth. Pope-Howe has gotten little rest since high winds swept through the state Friday widely damaging utility poles and wires. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

    Hans Pope-Howe of Washington Electric Power Co-op cuts a tree away from power lines where it fell on Chelsea Road in Corinth. Pope-Howe has gotten little rest since high winds swept through the state Friday widely damaging utility poles and wires. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Hans Pope-Howe of Washington Electric Power Co-op winches together the ends of a power line severed by a fallen tree on Chelsea Road in Corinth. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

    Hans Pope-Howe of Washington Electric Power Co-op winches together the ends of a power line severed by a fallen tree on Chelsea Road in Corinth. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Corinth Emergency Management Coordinator Joe Truss, left, keeps an eye on phone lines as Fire Chief Ed Pospisil watches for oncoming traffic on Chelsea Road in Corinth where a downed tree severed power lines yesterday. With a heavy load of repairs because of high winds, Truss and Pospisil waited for about an hour before a utility crew arrived to repair the damage.(Valley News - James M. Patterson)
  • Hans Pope-Howe of Washington Electric Power Co-op cuts a tree away from power lines where it fell on Chelsea Road in Corinth. Pope-Howe has gotten little rest since high winds swept through the state Friday widely damaging utility poles and wires. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)
  • Hans Pope-Howe of Washington Electric Power Co-op winches together the ends of a power line severed by a fallen tree on Chelsea Road in Corinth. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

Corinth Emergency Management Coordinator Joe Truss, left, keeps an eye on phone lines as Fire Chief Ed Pospisil watches for oncoming traffic on Chelsea Road in Corinth where a downed tree severed power lines yesterday. With a heavy load of repairs because of high winds, Truss and Pospisil waited for about an hour before a utility crew arrived to repair the damage.

Hans Pope-Howe of Washington Electric Power Co-op cuts a tree away from power lines where it fell on Chelsea Road in Corinth. Pope-Howe has gotten little rest since high winds swept through the state Friday widely damaging utility poles and wires.

Hans Pope-Howe of Washington Electric Power Co-op winches together the ends of a power line severed by a fallen tree on Chelsea Road in Corinth.

Valley News photographs — James M. Patterson