TORONTO HYDRO at WORK: Spadina Avenue and Dupont Street

In frigid temperatures, a Toronto Hydro crew inspects an eight-foot-deep, water-filled cable chamber on Spadina Avenue, near Dupont Street. The water is threatening to overflow onto the street. To keep the area safe, crews return at least weekly to pump the water out. It's all in a day's work with an aging grid. (CNW Group/Toronto Hydro Corporation)

TORONTO, Jan. 23, 2013 /CNW/ - In frigid temperatures, a Toronto Hydro crew inspects an eight-foot-deep, water-filled cable chamber on Spadina Avenue, near Dupont Street. The water is threatening to overflow onto the street. To keep the area safe, crews return at least weekly to pump the water out. It's all in a day's work with an aging grid.

Image with caption: "In frigid temperatures, a Toronto Hydro crew inspects an eight-foot-deep, water-filled cable chamber on Spadina Avenue, near Dupont Street. The water is threatening to overflow onto the street. To keep the area safe, crews return at least weekly to pump the water out. It's all in a day's work with an aging grid. (CNW Group/Toronto Hydro Corporation)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20130123_C8022_PHOTO_EN_22897.jpg

SOURCE: Toronto Hydro Corporation