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Power Outage, Van Wert County, OH, USA

3 weeks ago

Ohio, United States

As of 8 a.m. Tuesday, 2,107 customers were without power in Allen County, according to AEP Ohio’s outage tracker. There were another 1,690 customers without electricity in Hardin County, 1,589 in Putnam County, 261 in Van Wert County and 20 in Auglaize County. By noon, those numbers came down slightly, with 2,010 customers without power reported in Allen County, 1,471 in Hardin County, 1,486 in Putnam County, 163 in Van Wert County and fewer than five in Auglaize County. AEP Ohio did not anticipate determining broad estimated restoration times for those still affected before Tuesday evening.

Outage link: outagemap.aepohio.com.s3.amazonaws.com
Source: limaohio.com
Published: 2022-06-14

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