GREENSBURG, Pa., Nov. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- West Penn Power customers who lost power as a result of severe overnight weather in southwestern Pennsylvania can receive one bag of ice and two gallons of water at no charge at participating Giant Eagle grocery stores. Supplies are limited.
Participating stores and locations include (alphabetical, by county):
Harmarville Giant Eagle Express, 2611 Freeport Road, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 300 Tri County Plaza, Belle Vernon, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 581 Pittsburgh Road, Uniontown, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 999 North Eighty Eight Road, Rices Landing, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 100 Sugar Run Road, Waynesburg, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 155 Wilson Road, Bentleyville, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 3701 Route 88, Finleyville, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 200 Station Street, McDonald, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 331 Washington Road, Washington, Pa.
Eastgate Plaza Giant Eagle, 5142 Route 30, Greensburg, Pa.
Hempfield Giant Eagle, 6204 Route 30, Greensburg, Pa.
Penn Township Giant Eagle, 2000 Penny Lane Drive, Jeannette, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 1050 Mt. Laurel Plaza, Latrobe, Pa.
Allegheny Towne Center Giant Eagle, 41 Towne Center Drive, Leechburg, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 117 South Walnut Street, Ligonier, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 3812 O'Neil Blvd, McKeesport, Pa.
Fisher Heights Giant Eagle, 1300 Country Club Road, Monongahela, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 4810 Old William Penn Highway, Murrysville, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 200 Tarentum Bridge Road, New Kensington, Pa.
Irwin Giant Eagle, 8901 Route 30, North Huntingdon, Pa.
Giant Eagle, 105 Robertson Street, West Newton, Pa.
For updated information on FirstEnergy's current outages, our storm restoration process and tips for staying safe, visit the 24/7 Power Center at www.firstenergycorp.com/outages. Updates will also be provided via Twitter @W_Penn_Power.
FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE) is a diversified energy company dedicated to safety, reliability and operational excellence. Its 10 electric distribution companies form one of the nation's largest investor-owned electric systems, serving customers in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, West Virginia, Maryland and New York. Its generation subsidiaries currently control more than 18,000 megawatts of capacity from a diversified mix of scrubbed coal, non-emitting nuclear, natural gas, hydro, pumped-storage hydro and other renewables. Follow FirstEnergy on Twitter @FirstEnergyCorp.