LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - After restoring power to nearly 48,000 customers, Entergy Arkansas is preparing for another round of winter weather.
In the last few days, crews have replaced 50 miles of wire, 272 broken poles and 27 transformers.
One lineman said his motivation is the rewarding feeling of helping others. "I think about myself and my family. There's so many of them out there like that that are in the dark and it's cold. So you push yourself. You push yourself extra hard to get it done," said Corey Culp, Senior Lineman and Entergy.
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