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PPL to give free ice, water to customers without power

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

PPL is giving customers without power up to three 10-pound bags of ice and three gallons of water per day, the company announced today.

These supplies can be picked up, for free, from supermarkets listed at this link. Customers should identify themselves as PPL customers at the time of purchase.

If customers cannot find a vendor in their area, PPL will reimburse them for the same amount of ice and water listed above. For reimbursement, submit receipts to the following address: PPL Electric Utilities, Attn: Ice & Water, 827 Hausman Road, Allentown, Pa. 18104.

PPL said the list of stores may change as supplies vary. 

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