Thousands Without Power In Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY - Thousands are without power Saturday as a winter storm is making its way through the state.
As of 9:15 p.m. Saturday, 76,260 OG&E customers are without power, according to OG&E's System Watch.
The majority of the outages are reported in Oklahoma City, Bethany, Enid and Yukon.
So far, the number of customers affected by the outages are 4,468 in Bethany; 121 in Bison; 180 in Canton; 438 in Crescent; 154 in Dacoma; 836 in Del City; 156 in Drummond; 1,785 in Edmond; 5,116 in El Reno; 3,161 in Enid; 106 in Fairmont; 760 in Guthrie; 171 in Hennessey; 79 in Hitchcock; 221 in Hunter; 162 in Kremlin; 152 in Loyal; 128 in Marshall; 103 in Midway; 1,216 in Midwest City; 1,575 in Moore; 139 in Mustang; 56 in Nash; 85 in Nichols Hills; 376 in Norman; 63 in North Enid; 92 in Oakwood; 25,566 in Oklahoma City; 1,340 in Piedmont; 226 in Ringwood; 76 in Shawnee; 795 in Southard; 128 in Spencer; 597 in The Village; 5,188 in Warr Acres; 86 in Watonga; 358 in Waukomis; 792 in Wellston; 1,437 in Woodlawn Park; and 17,663 in Yukon.
Due to the large number of outages, OG&E said they are unable to provide or update the estimated time of restoration for outages.
OG&E crews will not know the full extent of the damage until daylight, a spokeswoman said.
To report an outage, call OG&E at (405) 272-9595 in Oklahoma City or (800) 522-6870.
Cimarron Electric reported about 2,665 power outages and Edmond Electric reported more than 3,280 outages.
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