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ComEd Media Relations
CHICAGO (June 24, 2016) ComEd is launching a public awareness campaign to warn customers about the dangers of working around overhead power lines, as part of National Safety Month and its ongoing efforts to promote customer safety when working around electrical equipment,
The campaign – entitled "One Line You Should Never Cross," – targets contractors and "do-it-yourselfers" who work on outdoor home improvement projects that may bring them close to overhead power lines.
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