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PPL Offering Free Water, Ice to Those Without Power

Customers of PPL Electric Utilities who are still experiencing a power outage due to Hurricane Sandy may receive up to three 10-pound bags of ice and three gallons of water daily.

Customers of PPL Electric Utilities who are still experiencing a power outage due to Hurricane Sandy can receive free ice and water from some area supermarkets.

  • Weis Market, 365 Cedar Crest Blvd., South Whitehall.
  • Wegmans, 3900 Tilghman St., Allentown
  • Pathmark, Saucon Valley Square, 3691 Raiders Lane, Bethlehem

PPL customers may receive up to three 10-pound bags of ice and three gallons of water daily. Just identify yourself as a PPL Electric Utilities customer at the time of purchase.

As of 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, according to PPL's outage map, there are 5,975 customers in Salisbury Township without power.

If you cannot find a vendor in your area, you may purchase your ice and water supply from any vendor and PPL will reimburse you for up to the daily maximum amount noted above.

Forward receipts to:

PPL Electric Utilities
Attn: Ice & Water
827 Hausman Road
Allentown, Pa. 18104

Visit pplelectric.com for the full vendor list, which may change frequently as supplies vary depending on when you visit the store and when vendors receive additional supplies.

Customers can report their outages to PPL by phone at 1-800-342-5775 or online at pplelectric.com, which also is formated for mobile devices.

Karen Lore October 31, 2012 at 10:48 AM
Thank you for this information. I reside at 2643 Saddle Lane, Macungie, PA and my sister resides at 844 John Street, Bethlehem, PA. We are still without power. I live in a 55+ residence and there are several people who reside there that need oxygen. I am hopeful that today is the day that our electric will be turned back on. Thank you. Karen Lore
Wendy Solomon October 31, 2012 at 01:34 PM
Karen, have you contacted the police?

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