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Cabell, Wayne counties experiencing power outages

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UPDATE

AEP's website has an updated number of outages in our area.

As of 11:45 p.m. Sunday, Cabell had 679 customers without power, Lincoln had 171 without power, and Logan had 441 customers in the dark.

 


UPDATE

 

According to the AEP website, there were 1,746 customers in Cabell County without service at 8:44 p.m. Sunday. Approximately 1,228 customers were without electricity in Wayne County and 224 customers affected in Jackson County.

 


UPDATE

 

According to the AEP website, there were 3,248 customers in Cabell County without service at 5:39 p.m. Sunday. Approximately 1,164 customers are without electricity in Wayne County.


ORIGINAL

Appalachian Power customers in Cabell and Wayne counties are without power.

According to AEP, there are 2,860 customers without power in Cabell County and 215 customers without power in Wayne County.

Calls to AEP were unreturned Sunday.