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Danville Utilities line crews have restored service to all customers who lost power during Thursday evening’s storms. These storms produced high winds that downed trees and lines, leaving 400 to 500 customers without power.
At 4 p.m., crews re-energized a line that serves about 40 customers on Ferguson Road in the Ringgold community. A broken utility pole in a wooded area had to be replaced prior to restoring service.
UPDATE POSTED 9 A.M. FRIDAY, JUNE 26
Danville Utilities line crews today continue efforts to restore service to customers who lost power during Thursday evening’s severe storms, which were concentrated in but not limited to the Keeling, Kentuck, Ringgold and Sutherlin communities. Those storms produced high winds that downed trees and power lines.
This morning, an estimated 200 customers remain without power. Outages are scattered, but the heaviest concentration of remaining outages is along Ferguson Road, Raven Hollow Road, Hillside Road and Bennett Drive in the Ringgold community. A contract crew is arriving to repair a broken utility pole in a wooded area off Ferguson Road.
At the height of the storms last night, an estimated 400 to 500 customers were without power. Crews worked through the night to restore power. When outages are scattered, it takes more time to restore service to all customers.
ORIGINAL STORY POSTED 9 P.M. THURSDAY, JUNE 25
Danville Utilities line crews are in the process of restoring power to customers in the Keeling, Kentuck, Ringgold and Sutherlin communities. Severe storms hit those areas Thursday evening, bringing high winds that downed trees and power lines.
At 9 p.m., an estimated 400 to 500 customers were without power. Crews will work throughout the night to restore power. The outages are scattered, which will extend the amount of time it will take to restore service to all customers.
Danville Utilities’ emergency operations center first received reports of power outages around 6 p.m.