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There is one more power outage to add to the list. There are 274 customers without power currently west of the Golf Course Road in Charlie Lake.

The power went out shortly after 7pm and is expected to be on by 1am Thursday. The outage has been caused by the wind storm in the area. There are still several other power outages in the area. The other outages are listed as follows:

East of the Red CR RD 658 – 40 Customers – Tree Down across wires – Power was expected to be on a 6pm

South of RD 256, West of RD 277 – 196 Customers – Tree down across wires – No estimated time for power to be restored

North-South-East-West of Alaska Highway – 264 Customers – Wind Storm – Restored at 9:30p

South-West of Alaska Highway, North-East of Highway 29 – 196 Customers – Tree Down across wires – Power was expected to be back on at 6pm

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