CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - Here's the latest update on power outages across the Channel 3 viewing area.
EPB: As of4:45 Thursday evening, more than 700 workers are in the field repairing the 1900 remaining outages.
An EPB representative says crews will continue to work on outage repairs throughout Thursday night and into Friday morning until all power has been restored.
If you're an EPB customer, you can report an outage by calling 423-648-1EPB(1372).
Click here for the latest list of power outages from the Electric Power Board.
North Georgia EMC: As of 4 a.m. Thursday, most power to NGEMC customers has been restored, except for a small number of individual outages or scattered outages that have happened over night. Unfortunately, there are still reports of falling trees due to the heavily saturated ground so outages may continue to occur. You can report an outage by calling this numbers listed for the following areas: Dalton - (706) 259-9441; Calhoun - (706) 629-3160, Fort Oglethorpe - (706) 866-2231; Trion - (706) 734-7341.
Georgia Power: As of 6:00 Wednesday morning, about 650 customers are without power throughout the Northwest Georgia area, with 480 in Trenton and about 100 in Summerville.
You can report an outage by calling1-888-891-0938.
You can also keep track of Georgia Power's outage repairs on Twitter.
Volunteer Energy Cooperative: As of 9:00 Wednesday morning, 970 customers are without power. Those outages remain in the following counties: Bradley - 685 and Hamilton - 234.
You can report an outage by calling the numbers listed for the following areas: Benton - (423) 338-2453; Cleveland - (423) 476-6571; Decatur - (423) 334-5721; Georgetown (Hamilton County) - (423)344-8382; Spring City - (423) 365-5220.
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