PHOENIX - Arizona utility workers have begun to come home from Puerto Rico after they worked for months to restore power.

The island was devastated by category 4 Hurricane Maria back in September.

Video shows the crews' families at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, greeting the homecomers with colorful signs, hugs and smiles.

The Arizona Public Service employees volunteered to go to Puerto Rico for six weeks, saying they're happy to help however they can.

According to APS, almost 87 percent of the island has their power restored.

Another group of crews headed to Puerto Rico Wednesday night to help with further restoration efforts.

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