Power restored to most, cause of outage still unknown

UPDATE @ 5:30 p.m.:

Only 16 outages are reported in all of Montgomery County, according to the Dayton Power & Light online outage map.

UPDATE @ 11:58 p.m.:

Power has been restored to most of Centerville, according to the online outage map.

>> Inn at Versailles closed indefinitely while fire under investigation, owner says

About 75 locations are still without power.

We are still working to learn the cause of this outage and updates will be available as we receive new information.


DP&L crews have been dispatched to investigate a power outage that has knocked out electric service to over 2,700 people in Montgomery County Wednesday.

TRENDING: State dismissing 2 counts in Steve Rauch dumping case

The majority of the outages, around 2,630 customers, are centered in Centerville, according to an online outage map.

>>Four-alarm fire causes damage to historic Inn at Versailles

A DP&L spokeswoman said crews have been dispatched to investigate the situation however the cause of the outage remains unknown.

Centerville police said the traffic lights on Clyo Road between Bigger and Alex Bell roads have been knocked out due to the outage.

Additional details were not available.

We’ll continue to update this story as we learn more.

About the Author