Power restored to DP&L customers in Montgomery Co.

UPDATE @ 6 a.m: Power is restored to DP&L customers in Montgomery County, according to the outage map.

The outage, which occurred Monday afternoon, affected approximately 3,200 customers in both Montgomery and Greene counties.

What led to the residents losing power is still unknown.

UPDATE 5/29/18 @ 1:50 a.m: A little over 200 Dayton Power & Light customers are still without power in Montgomery County as of early Tuesday morning.

>> Time remains to thank Greatest Generation

Affected areas appear to be east of Oakwood and south of U.S. 35, according to the outage map.

Power outages have been reported in Montgomery County and Greene County since Monday afternoon with the greatest number of affected customers nearing 3,200.

Estimated restoration time is 11:30 a.m., the site says.

We’ll continue to monitor and update this story.

UPDATE @ 5:15 p.m.

There are now fewer than 200 Dayton Power & Light customers without power.

According to the DP&L online outage map, there are 136 power failures in Montgomery County, and another 44 in Greene County. At its peak there were more than 3,200 outages, mostly in Montgomery County.

UPDATE @ 5 p.m.

Service has been restored to all but about 360 Dayton Power & Light customers after more than 3,200 were without power earlier.

The DP&L online outage map shows there are 225 without power in Greene County and 135 customers without power in Montgomery County.

At the Mall at Fairfield Commons, there were initial reports of power outages. When we checked the mall and its stores had power and were open for business. However, some of the stores did not have air conditioning.


There are more than 3,200 Dayton Power & Light customers without power this afternoon.

The majority of the outages, 3,023, are in Montgomery County, with an additional 224 reported in Greene County, according to the DP&L online outage map.

We’ve received reports that the Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek is without power and that the mall was evacuated. However, the phone lines to the mall were not functioning.

We are working to find out from the utility what led to the outage but calls so far are unanswered.

According to the website, service is expected to be restored by 6 p.m.

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