Wilcox generators get new home
LIHU‘E — Unnoticed by the crews from the Kikiaola Construction and Da Tow Truck, Wednesday, Vince Tabura of the Wilcox Medical Center Maintenance Department quietly slipped to one of two 500-kilowatt generators while the crews tended to loading the big generator.
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On another article there was mention of electricity being used. Something has got to fuel these two generators. Electricity. These generators just makes extra electricity should another outage occur at the hospital. They have these generators being used as back up and it can last for some time. But they do need electricity to fuel these generators to make more electricity.