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Power restored in downtown Honolulu after 3 disruptive days

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Video courtesy Hawaiian Electric Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. employees discussed the extended power outage that affected over 3,000 customers in portions of downtown Honolulu and Chinatown. They explained how to file an interruption of electric service claim for damage or losses in relation to Monday's outage.
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                                Rudy Tamayo, Hawaiian Electric vice president of energy delivery, walked near bins of recovered burned debris during Thursday’s news conference at the company’s Ward base yard.
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Rudy Tamayo, Hawaiian Electric vice president of energy delivery, walked near bins of recovered burned debris during Thursday’s news conference at the company’s Ward base yard.

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                                Above is a close-up of some of the debris.
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Above is a close-up of some of the debris.

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                                Hawaiian Electric’s Jim Kelly, vice president of government and community relations and corporate communications, left; Rudy Tamayo, vice president of energy delivery; and Brendan Bailey, vice president of customer service, answered questions during Thursday’s news conference at the company’s Ward base yard.
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Hawaiian Electric’s Jim Kelly, vice president of government and community relations and corporate communications, left; Rudy Tamayo, vice president of energy delivery; and Brendan Bailey, vice president of customer service, answered questions during Thursday’s news conference at the company’s Ward base yard.

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                                Rudy Tamayo, Hawaiian Electric vice president of energy delivery, walked near bins of recovered burned debris during Thursday’s news conference at the company’s Ward base yard.
JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Above is a close-up of some of the debris.
JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Hawaiian Electric’s Jim Kelly, vice president of government and community relations and corporate communications, left; Rudy Tamayo, vice president of energy delivery; and Brendan Bailey, vice president of customer service, answered questions during Thursday’s news conference at the company’s Ward base yard.