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After The Storm: Power Outages

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(WRCB) -- Here's the latest update on power outages across the Channel 3 viewing area.

EPB:  As of 10 p.m. Sunday, crews have restored power to all homes and businesses that weren't destroyed by Friday's storm. At peak, more than 2,300 homes and businesses were in the dark. 

Click here for the latest list of power outages from the Electric Power Board.

Volunteer Energy Cooperative: As of 10:52 a.m. Monday, 188 Volunteer Energy Cooperative customers remain with power after tornadoes and heavy thunderstorms swept through the VEC service area Friday.

Of the 188 customers still without power, 186 are in Hamilton County.

At the height of the storms TVA transmission lines to seven VEC substations failed and about 26,000 VEC customers lost power. Once TVA was able to resume service to these substations, VEC was able to restore service to about 19,000 VEC customers by about 11 p.m. (Eastern Time) Friday.

All available crews from across VEC's 17-county service area as well as contract crews and additional tree-trimming crews were called in and by Sunday evening all except 338 customers were back online.

Work continues Monday in the hardest hit areas in the Georgetown-Ooltewah Road and Snow Hill Road areas in Hamilton County and power is expected to be restored here by Tuesday.

Additional updates will be made available at

Cleveland Utilities: As of 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Cleveland Utilities had restored power to all customers affected by the storm.

A total of 2,140 CU customers were without power at the peak of the storm.

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