Fidel Marquez: What ComEd is doing after wintry mix hits Chicago

CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - Monday's storm disrupted ComEd service to nearly 88,000 customers.

As of about 6 a.m. Tuesday, about 12,000 customers were still without electricity across the Chicago area, according to ComEd. The largest concentration of outages occurred in the south and western regions, including Lee, LaSalle, and Livingston counties. The utility issued a statement early Tuesday saying majority of the affected customers should expect their service restored by Tuesday evening.

Fidel Marquez, the senior VP for Government Affairs at ComEd, joined us LIVE on GDC to talk more about what the company is doing to fix power outages. 

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