UPDATED: Power Restored in Georgetown/Millsboro Area after Crash

Mar 03, 2013 -- 7:52am

UPDATED - 10am - Power has been restored to nearly everyone in the Georgetown, Millsboro and Seaford areas.  Power was interrupted after a crash just before 6:30 this morning.  Customers of both Delmarva Power and Delaware Electric Cooperative lost power.  Co-op officials say a transmission line was knocked out - which resulted in the loss of power at three Co-op substations. 


UPDATED 8:45am - All customers of the Delaware Electric Cooperative have had power restored.  Delmarva Power crews are still working to restore power to everyone affected in the Georgetown area


The Delaware Electric Cooperative is reporting that a vehicle crash knocked out power in the Georgetown area.   A Delmarva Power transmission line was affected - resulting in a loss of power at three Co-op substations.  Co-op crews are redirecting power to homes without power.

According to the Co-op's website, they're aiming for 8am to restore power.  Delmarva Power's website is showing over 3300 people without power and a restoration time of 8 to 10am. 

There are outages throughout the Georgetown, Millsboro and Seaford area

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