Power restored in Shelby County village after line falls into river

DP&L trucks were parked on Fruedenberger Ave. on the west side of Dayton as crews worked to restore power. Storms on Tuesday and Thursday knocked out service to tens of thousands of customers. Most has been restored, but a few patches of outages remained Thursday evening. GRANT PEPPER/STAFF

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DP&L trucks were parked on Fruedenberger Ave. on the west side of Dayton as crews worked to restore power. Storms on Tuesday and Thursday knocked out service to tens of thousands of customers. Most has been restored, but a few patches of outages remained Thursday evening. GRANT PEPPER/STAFF

UPDATE @ 11:05 a.m.:

The Dayton Power and Light outage map shows power has been restored in Shelby County.

INITIAL REPORT:

Power is out to the village of Port Jefferson, north of Sidney, after the sheriff’s office said a power line fell into the Great Miami River.

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The power remained out to approximately 480 Dayton Power and Light customers around 9:30 a.m.

An estimated time for restoration was not immediately known.

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