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Power outages reported across southwest Virginia

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ROANOKE, VA -

10:03 a.m.

Here are the latest outage numbers:

- 7,241 APCo customers in Virginia are now without power.

- 1,730 in Campbell County

- 1,297 in Henry County

-  1,073 in Carroll County

- Less than 400 in Roanoke, Franklin, Montgomery, and Bedford counties

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We are starting to see power outage numbers climb this morning: 

At 8 AM: 

Dominion Power reporting 3,908 outages in Southside, VA. See the outage map here

APCo reporting 6,577 without power in VA. You can see the outage map here

BARC is reporting about 900 customers without power and keeping customer updated on Facebook

 

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