- published: 10 Dec 2011
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Someone paid an "electrician" for this work. This is about as bad of a job as I can imagine. You have to work hard to be this unsafe.
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Explaining how to ground a 200 amp meter center according to the national electric code.
Tommy Faavae is an electrician who works at the Port of Long Beach. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, IBEW Local 11 union has apprenticeship programs for aspiring electricians, who will be in growing demand as more green technology is implemented at the Port.
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RAW / UNEDITED: Many families during Hurricane Sandy were confused by what many believed to be lightning at first. Those who had power soon realized power surges were illuminating the skies, as news corporations were reporting the "rare phenomenon". This is one of the 15+ power surges visible from Bayonne, NJ. This power surge is an exploding electrical substation in Jersey City, according to unverified sources.