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Power Outage, Durham County, NC, USA

1 week ago

North Carolina, United States

More than 2,000 power outages in Wake and Durham counties, mostly in the northern portions.

Outage link: outagemap.duke-energy.com
Source: cbs17.com
Published: 2022-07-31

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