LAFAYETTE, La. - Cox has mobilized its employees to begin assessing damage and restoring services outages caused by Hurricane Laura.
"Our thoughts are with the Acadiana communities impacted and we will not rest until all of our south Louisiana footprint is reconnected," said Anthony Pope, senior vice president and region manager of Cox Southeast. "We're working hard to restore any impacted services with the safety of our employees and customers in mind."
Crews will visit area neighborhoods to assess damage and will restore neighborhood services when it is safe to do so and after power crews have completed their repairs.
Cox Solutions Stores in Lafayette, Abbeville, New Iberia and Patterson remain closed for the day. For information on the store closures and other updates please visit cox.com.
To help customers keep up to date with the latest news weather and information, customers can download the Contour app on Apple or Google Play. Cox partnered with KATC ABC to bring you their coverage through Sunday. With Cox TV subscriptions, customers have access to the Weather Channel and KLAF NBC.
To watch in the Contour app, choose Live TV from the side menu and select TV Go Channels to see over 130 channels that are available to watch both in your home and away.
Visit watchtv.cox.com for more information on your viewing options.
As the recovery efforts begin, Cox would like to remind residents:
· Keep away from loose, dangling or down lines. Treat every line as if it is an active power line.
· Avoid placing storm debris near Cox pedestals in your yard to prevent damage
Residents can receive updates atwww.cox.com
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