LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — The winter storm is over but Entergy customers could still be paying for it.
Over 260,000 Entergy Arkansas homes and businesses were put in the dark by the Christmas winter storm.
Entergy Arkansas brought in 5,000 workers from 15 states to handle the power outages.
Spokesperson Julie Munsell said the cost adds up quickly.
"Obviously there's costs associated with them being here, the work that they do, the equipment that has to be deployed," Munsell said.
That cost may be passed on to Entergy customers, according to Munsell.
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