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Power restored for Warren County residents after 10+ hour outage

UPDATE @ 4:20 a.m.

Power has been restored for Warren County residents, according to the Duke Energy outage map.

Customers were without power for over 10 hours due to a blown transformer.

Crews worked to assess the situation and it is now all clear.

UPDATE @ 4 a.m.

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As of 4 a.m., the outages reported for Warren County are at 508. This is a significant improvement of the approximate 1,800 customers that have been without power for over 9 hours due to a blown transformer.

UPDATE @ 12:36 a.m.

After speaking with Duke Energy representatives, they say they are still assessing the situation with 1,800 customers without power. 

There are no updates outside of the outage maps and it is still not clear when power will be restored. 

UPDATE @ 11:34 p.m.

Over 1,800 customers remain without power and when power will be restored is still unclear from Duke officials.

The outages are centered in the Springboro and Clearcreek Twp. area.

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We’ve contacted Duke again about the outages, however have not heard back.

The initial outages were reported around 2 p.m. when a blown transformer was reported.

UPDATE @ 10:14 p.m.:

Approximately 1,800 customers remain without power in Warren County, according to Duke Energy.

UPDATE @ 8:37 p.m.:

The power outages to Duke customers in Warren County has been reduced to around 2,500 customers, according to Duke Energy.

The latest update indicated the power company hoped to have the majority of customers back on by around 11:30 p.m.

UPDATE @ 6:50 p.m.:

Duke Energy is now reporting over 3,600 customers are impacted by a power outage in Warren County near Springboro and Lebanon.

So far, no estimate for restoration has been provided.

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UPDATE @ 6:28 p.m.:

More than four hours after a blown transformer knocked out power to nearly 2,000 Duke Energy customers, power remains out for approximately 1,800 customers, according to the power provider.

According to Duke Energy’s website, the outage is impacting customers between Lebanon and Springboro along the Ohio 741 corridor.

Duke Energy reports they are still assessing the damage and have not provided an updated restoration time.

INITIAL REPORT:

A blown transformer has knocked out power to nearly 2,000 Duke Energy customers in Warren County Sunday afternoon. 

The transformer blew near the intersection of Ohio 122 and Ohio 741 around 2:30 p.m. according to dispatchers. 

Ohio 741 is temporarily shut down at the intersection for crews to make repairs. 

An online Duke Energy outage map shows 1,901 people are without power with service expected to be restored around 4:30 p.m. 

We’ll update this page as we learn more. 

Contributed Photo/Duke Energy

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