American Electric Power says a Thursday morning power outage was caused by a squirrel in a sub station. It happened around 8 am. in the Airport Road area and knocked out service to around 1,746 customers. A-E-P crews are working to fix the problem and expect service to be restored by 1 pm.
The thunderstorm that rumbled through Muskingum County Thursday morning caused some power outages. American Electric Power says that 1,746 customers are without service. No word on when power will be restored.
American Electric Power says it is planning a power outage in the South Zanesville area. A-E-P says it will happen between midnight and 4:00 am this Friday evening and 2290 customers will lose service. Officials say crews will be doing equipment repair in the South Zanesville sub-station.
***UPDATE*** A-E-P says all power has now been restored to customers in Muskngum County. ***UPDATE***
American Electric Power says it is making progress in restoring power to customers in Muskingum County. A-E-P says there are still about 540 customers without service. Officials says everyone should be back online at 4:30 p.m. It all started around 1 a.m. after crews discovered a malfunctioning transformer sub-station off of Linden...
American Electric Power reports just over 2,400 customers are without service Tuesday morning in Muskingum County.
The power company said it is working to correct a mechanical problem in the Zanesville-area. A restoration project is taking place, and service is expected to be restored by noon. Check with WHIZ for regular updates.
American Electric Power has restored service to 336 customers who lost power just before 2 a.m. Wednesday.
Some Muskingum County residents woke up in the dark and cold Wednesday morning. American Electric Power says 336 customers lost service just before 2 a.m. after a tree fell through some power lines along Newark Road. A-E-P’s Dave Wheeler says crews are working to fix the problem. He says power should...