CPS Energy sending crews to Houston to restore power after Beryl

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — CPS Energy will be sending dozens of crews, fleet personnel, and safety professionals to Houston to help get the lights back on.

Hurricane Beryl left millions without power after it made landfall early Monday morning. The storm brought sustained winds of more than 80 mph as it made landfall near Matagorda, Texas.

CPS Energy will send around 60 employees, including equipment operators, line crews, pole crews, fleet personnel, safety teams, and nursing staff to assist with recovery.

According to a release, crews will leave San Antonio on Tuesday morning. The caravan will be departing the CPS Energy Eastside service center at 7 a.m.

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