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More Than 30,000 in Montco Without Power Following Storm

PECO did not offer a timeline for power restoration.

More than 30,000 people in Montgomery County are without power following a severe thunderstorm Tuesday night, PECO said.

As of 9:30 p.m., some 31,000 customers in the county were in the dark, the utility said.

PECO did not offer a timeline for power restoration.


Gilbert R Albright Jr July 09, 2014 at 09:05 AM
First Bucks County with a large outtage following a storm and now Montgomery County. I live in Montco and it missed me this time. I lost power for 3 days during the winter snow storm. There should be some ordinance or law that requires all property owners to keep their trees trimmed and away from power lines to prevent outtages. In my neighborhood and along the roadways I see many instances of trees limbs growing through and hanging power lines.

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