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An ounce of prevention can help stop hazards from becoming accidents. #safetymonday http://social.oncor.com/xO43

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We've got our first bald eagle egg of the season at the Oncor-relocated nest in Seagoville! Check out the video below; about 5 minutes in, momma fluffs her feathers and beings to lay the egg. The next egg should come in a few days!

The newest addition occurred yesterday at 3:02 p.m., but work on this project has been years in the making. To relive Oncor's relocation of this eagle family, click here: http://social.oncor.com/Wy8n

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Logan Selman has temporarily left his post as an Apprentice Lineman at our Waco Service Center – trading power lines in central Texas for Blackhawk and Chinook helicopters in a war torn country.

Check out the special tribute Selman received from his coworkers who are awaiting his return! http://social.oncor.com/im7D

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He performed CPR on an infant after rescuing him from a hot car. Read more about Frank Orona's Lifesaving Award from Oncor. http://social.oncor.com/Iy4U
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A small infant is no match for a hot car on a blistering summer day.

Credited for pulling and reviving a baby from a hot car, 40-year Oncor veteran Frank Orona is the latest employee to receive the company's Lifesaving Award. http://social.oncor.com/sg6E

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Wishing you a safe, happy and healthy 2017!
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Even as 2016 winds down, our employees' charitable giving continues! These employees were on hand last week to hand over a $700 check to the Foster's Home of Children in Stephenville.

Their coworkers in Mineral Wells, Brownwood, Glen Rose and Comanche banded together to make the donation to the non-profit that was damaged by tornadoes in April 2015. http://social.oncor.com/J4aR
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​Oncor employees made sure two local families could still enjoy the spirit of Christmas and adopted a single mother with five children and the family of a Marine veteran who died in a motorcycle accident.

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Oncor employee Mark Jones is currently answering to a different title: Technical Sergeant in the United States Air Force Reserves. While serving, Jones spends his days managing an electric shop and the 24-member team that maintains the electrical infrastructure at his deployed location.
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