DP&L, area utility companies blaming high winds for power outages across region


High winds are being blamed for power outages across at least three counties and Dayton Power & Light crews are working to restore service, spokeswoman Mary Ann Kabel said,

Power lines have come down as a result of limbs falling from trees or the wind, Kabel said. Outages are being reported in Eaton, Xenia, Lewisburg and Cedarville, she said.

The National Weather Service has issued a windy conditions statement for the region until about 8 p.m.

At 8:43 p.m., DP&L is reporting

72 in Greene

748 in Clark

93 in Montgomery

14 throughout Champaign, Logan and Shelby Counties

109 in Warren

49 in Miami

At 8:43 p.m., Ohio Edison is reporting the following outages:

585 in Clark

At 8:43 p.m., Duke Energy is reporting:

213 in Warren

39 in Butler

At 6 p.m., DP&L is reporting:

1,292 Greene

244 Clark

171 Montgomery

17 scattered in Preble, Miami, Champaign, Shelby and Logan

12 Warren

At 6 p.m., Ohio Edison is reporting the following outages:

579 Clark

At 6 p.m., Duke Energy is reporting:

240 Warren

60 Butler

We will update this report as warranted.

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