Roughly 2,600 Delaware Electric Cooperative customers are without power in the Angola area Thursday morning.
[UPDATE 8/14 10:35 a.m.] Power has been restored to nearly all affected customers.
[UPDATE 8/14 9:55 a.m.] Currently, 238 customers are without power.
[UPDATE 8/14 9:25 a.m.] Roughly 1,400 customers are still without power.
[ORIGINAL] Roughly 2,600 Delaware Electric Cooperative customers are without power in the Angola area Thursday morning.
Utility officials tell WGMD News the outage was caused by a car crashing into a utility pole. Crews are working to redirect the power grid to restore power to customers and repair the broken pole.
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