SCE's first truck touched down at Stewart Air Base in Newburgh, NY on Thursday.

SCE's first truck touched down at Stewart Air Base in Newburgh, NY on Thursday. (SoCal Edison / November 1, 2012)

LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Utility workers from Southern California Edison have arrived on the East Coast to help restore electricity to millions of storm victims.

A fleet of SoCal Edison vehicles arrived at Stewart Air Base in Newburgh, New York on Thursday loaded on a cargo plane.

SCE sent about 170 workers, who will begin supporting Con Edison workers Friday morning.

As of early Friday, estimates were that there were about 3.3 million customers without power in 15 states and D.C.