American Electric Power is reporting that power is restored to just over 2600 customers in the Newark area. A-E-P says a car slammed into a power pole Wednesday morning and caused the outage. It has since been repaired. Now police are searching for the driver who fled the scene on Mt. Vernon Road.
American Electric Power officials Thursday issued predictions when power will be restored from Wednesday’s severe storms. A-E-P Director of Communications Teri Flora says Muskingum County residents should have their service restored by 8:00 p.m. Thursday. A-E-P customers in Guernsey County will get power back on 12 noon on Friday, while Coshocton County customers won’t get service restored until Friday at 6 p.m. Morgan and Licking...
The thunderstorms that are moving through our area have caused some power outages.Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning. American Electric Power says earlier there were over 5000 customers in Coshocton County without service. Now is a little over 1880. There are power lines down in that county. There are also just over 870 customers in Tuscarawas County with service too.
American Electric Power officials say a big outage in Muskingum County has been repaired. At it worst point there were 1750 customers without service. Monday night AEP says power was restored to the 1185 customers that were still without power. The outage, which happened at 6:20 Monday morning, is being blamed on a transformer failure.
American Electric Power officials say they are dealing with an outage Monday. It happened around 6:20 a.m. on the east end of Muskingum County. At its peak 1750 customers were without service…now it’s around 1185. A-E-P says they are working to switch some customers to other substations to restore power but if you are still out of service at 1 p.m. you won’t get service restored until around midnight. A-E-P is brining in a mobile electric unit and that is causing the delay...
American Electric Power is reporting that most people in our area who lost power due to the overnight storms have been restored. At one point early Thursday morning over 2600 customers were in the dark in Muskingum County alone. Now there are still just over 180 customers without service in Licking County.
A planned power outage Monday by American Electric Power in Zanesville has been canceled. A-E-P says crews were scheduled to repair a static wire from the Mt. Sterling sub-station that was damaged during the June storms, but because of the weather today – it has been canceled. A-E-P customers in the West Pike area were expected to lose power from 1 p.m to 6 p.m., but now the work won’t be done until after the first of the year.
American Electric Power says crews are workng to fix a power outage that is affecting 163 customers on the north end of Muskingum County. Officials do not know what caused the outage but expect to have it repaired by 11:30 Wednesday morning. The areas without power include Frazeysburg Road and the Nashport area.
The strong storms that rumbled though Zanesville and the rest of Ohio Wednesday caused some power outages. American Electric Power says 593 customers are without service in Muskingum County...in Licking County there are 3,151 without electricity and in Guernsey County there are 590 customers without service. A-E-P officials have not yet announces when power will be restored.