Thousands remain without power in West Virginia
CHARLESTON - About 18,000 customers remain without electricity in West Virginia three days after devastating floods.
Appalachian Power says on its website that nearly 13,000 customers were without service Sunday, including nearly 4,700 in Kanawha County where a substation had been under water. Crews are now in the process of installing a mobile transformer. Restoration work also is ongoing at flooded substations serving customers in Clay, Greenbrier and Summers counties.
The utility says it expects service to be restored by Monday night.
FirstEnergy Corp. says about 5,100 of its customers remained without electricity Sunday, including about 2,900 in Greenbrier County and 1,200 in Pocahontas County.
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