Storms Cause Power Outages Around the Tennessee Valley

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TENNESSEE VALLEY, (WHNT) – We have several reports of power outages caused by the storms Monday afternoon.

First, there is a power outage in the Hazel Green area East and West of  US 231/431 Hwy from Joe Quick Road north to the Tennessee / Alabama State Line and from Butter and Egg Road east to Greenville Pike.  Crews are en-route to repair this outage.

Also, there is a power outage in the Hazel Green area extending north from Ready Section Road to the Tennessee / Alabama State Line and from US 231 – 431 west to Old Railroad Bed Road. Crews are also on the way to this area.

A report of a power outage in the New Market Area in northeast Madison County just came in from the Alabama/Tennessee state line south to County Lake Road and between Maysville Road/Butler Rd east to the Madison/Jackson County Line, including the community of Plevna.

These outages are being caused by the severe storms moving through the area this afternoon. Residents are advised to stay clear of any downed power lines and not to try removing any limbs or debris that across power lines.

Huntsville Utilities Operations Officials estimate 4,200 customers (households and businesses) are without power at this time in parts of Northern Madison County, including the communities of Hazel Green, New Market, and Plevna.

If Huntsville Utilities supplies your power, you can call 256-53-LIGHT (54448) to report any outages or damage.