(KCEN) -- There is growing frustration on Long Island where tens of thousands of people still do not have power nearly two weeks after Hurricane Sandy hit. Dozens of people rallied outside the headquarters of the Long Island Power Authority to voice their anger.
The utility says nearly 140-thousand homes and businesses still did not have power by mid-afternoon today.
Protesters say the utility is not answering their calls.
It could reportedly be another five days before power is restored.