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Power restored to NIH facilities, all open
Monday - 7/26/2010, 11:13am EDT
Some areas of Montgomery, Prince Georges County and the District of Columbia continue to experience power outages, downed power lines, inoperable traffic lights and general commuter safety hazards.
According to an NIH e-mail, "if an employee is still experiencing difficulty reporting to work due to hazardous road conditions or other safety concerns related to the recent storms, please discuss telework or the use of an excused absence (administrative leave) with your supervisor."
As part of a regional power outage, some NIH facilities had been closed Monday afternoon, but have now reopened.
Stay tuned to Federal News Radio for continuing updates about this story.