More than 800 American Electric Power customers are without service in the South Zanesville area following a semi truck accident Monday afternoon.
It happened shortly after 1:00 p.m. on the Maysville Pike.
Initial reports indicate a semi truck was on Clay Street heading towards the Maysville intersection when the truck caught a low hanging power line, causing a pole to fall over on top of the truck. After the pole collapsed over the truck, it then caused two other power...
American Electric Power says now only 253 customers are without power in Muskingum County after strong storms ripped through Southeastern Ohio late Saturday afternoon. A-E-P is reporting Sunday morning outages in the Zanesville area are expected to be repaired by 6:00 p.m. Sunday and that power in Guernsey, Perry and Licking Counties hasbeen restored.
Some residents of Muskingum County are waking up without power Tuesday morning.
American Electric Power reports over 570 customers are without service at this time. The outages are in the Avondale, Frazeysburg, Dresden and Duncan Falls areas. AEP has no estimated time for the return of service, but crews are working on the problem.
There are also over 115 without power in Coshocton County. Crews are currently working to restore service in that area.
A tree that fell onto a house has left at least 4 people displaced Wednesday evening.
The incident happenend around 3:00PM at 149 Galliger Street. We spoke to Rex McManes who has been living at the home for a little over a year now. He was inside when the tree fell, and described to us what it was like.
"I was in and out of a movie I was watching, I turned around and the whole house shook....my sister--our rooms are on the backside and it fell right down the middle. Alright...
AEP reports that 1,194 customers were without power Sunday night. First reports of a power line going down came in around 10 p.m. Crews were at the scene repairing the line. Power was restored Monday morning.