OKLAHOMA CITY - OG&E line crews are coming home after spending nearly two weeks in North Carolina assisting with restoration efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.

An Oklahoma team consisting of 79 members joined more than 40,000 other industry workers to restore power to more than 2 million customers affected by Hurricane Florence.  

OG&E crews worked for three days in Raleigh, before being assigned to Wilmington where they worked for six days.

The team is expected to arrive by Monday evening or Tuesday morning, according to report.