LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - The Entergy workers that Arkansas loaned the East Coast after Hurricane Sandy, have started to come home.
About 200 workers in all went first to Washington D.C. and then New York and New jersey.
One of those workers is Kelvin Winslow, who served as a scout looking for damage to could repair on the spot. He said he didn't have to go far.
"There was some terrible things. I mean you saw people's homes completely demolished. Uh, you know wind had a powerful factor when it comes in its relentless. It tore down houses, it caved in roads," Winslow said. "The water flooded. There were several floods in the area. Beachfront completely gone. Saw beach lines reduced in half. So, it was a lot of devastation in that area."
9.6 million people lost power because of the storm.