TOP: This LUB crew started working as soon as it hit the ground on Friday afternoon.

Left to right are Steve Reynolds, Robert Fritts, Dayne Deavours, Brandon Shown, Michael Owens, Ryan Evans, Eric Griffith and Tyler Brammer with LUB. This crew left out at 6am Friday beach bound to restore power to North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, utility customers.

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WLAF) – An eight man crew left out before daybreak on Friday headed for the beach, and they weren’t headed for fun in the sun. It’s all business as they drove out at 6am on their way to restore power to one of the many communities in the southeast that was ravaged by Hurricane Ian.

About seven hours and nearly 500 miles later on Friday, this LUB crew started right to work to help folks in South Carolina.

There are challenges at about every turn for the eight man LUB crew that’s in South Carolina this weekend.
Putting in new poles has become common place for the crew from LUB.
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, suffered hurricane damage late this week.
Have crew will travel, and this LUB crew traveled nearly 500 miles to help restore power.

The crew hit the ground running on Friday and will work in the sun and heat restoring power to thousands in the North Myrtle Beach area of South Carolina. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/01/2022-11AM-PHOTOS COURTESY OF LUB GENERAL MANAGER KENNY BAIRD)

2 Replies to “LUB Crew helps with Hurricane Ian restoration at North Myrtle Beach”

  1. TN sent out the National Guard to FL to help. Now LUB sent out a crew to help the residents of NMB rebuild and restore their lives. It’s wonderful to see this State and LUB offer their services when needed. When going gets tough for others, we’re there to help. Wonderful job!

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