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SHOTLIST:WNEM - Courtesy - Saginaw, Michigan EmbargoOwosso, Michigan - December 25, 20131. Wide of utility crew at work2. Tight of power line3. Tight of ice-covered branches4. Mid of utility worker near branches and truck5. Mid of utility worker in bucket6. Mid of broken tree limb and icy branches7. Mid of downed tree limbWGME - Courtesy -Portland EmbargoAugusta, Maine - December 25, 20138. Wide of utility truck and worker up high in bucket9. Mid of utility trucks on the move10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Taylor Murray, Utility Worker (Transcribed Below)11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Erik Collins, Utility Worker (Transcribed Below)12. Tight of chain saw cutting through icy branches13. Mid of utility work in bucket up high14. AP Graphics -- Restoring Power15. Wide of utility truck on snowy road16. Tight of utility work in orange hard hatVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:POWER IS RETURNING SLOWLY FOR TENS OF THOUSANDS OF CUSTOMERS FROM MICHIGAN TO MAINE -- AND UP INTO CANADA....FOLLOWING A MASSIVE ICE STORM.REPAIR CREWS HAVE BEEN WORKING AROUND THE CLOCK TO RESTORE SERVICE.THE ICE STORM THAT STRUCK LAST WEEKEND WAS ONE OF THE WORST IN MEMORY TO HIT DURING THE WEEK OF CHRISTMAS.STATES THAT WEREN'T HIT BY THE STORM HAVE BEEN SENDING CREWS TO HELP.SOUNDBITE: (English) Taylor Murray, Utility Worker (too quick for a super)"this is a special storm because of the season."SOUNDBITE: (English) Eric Collins, Utility Worker"my kids are at home in the warm...playing Playstation and Xbox and these kids up here are just trying to stay warm."AUTHORITIES HAVE BLAMED THE STORM ON MORE THAN TWO DOZEN DEATHS IN THE U.S. AND CANADA WEDNESDAY -- ABOUT 140 THOUSAND HOMES WERE STILL WITHOUT POWER IN MICHIGAN --- DOWN FROM A PEAK OF ABOUT HALF A MILLION.IN MAINE -- ABOUT 60,000 PEOPLE WERE WITHOUT POWER ON WEDNESDAY.THAT'S DOWN FROM A HIGH OF MORE THAN 100-THOUSAND.Ross Simpson - Name/Associated Press