Power restored after widespread outage in Northeast Alabama

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MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – Electricity has been restored after a widespread outage hit areas of Marshall, DeKalb and Cherokee counties.

Power went out around midnight Saturday.   It effected areas in and around Albertville and Boaz, including parts of DeKalb County around Aroney.   A section of the city of Guntersville served by the Marshall/DeKalb Electric Co-op also lost power.

WHNT News 19 has also been told the outage went as far as Cherokee County.   It’s believed the outage might have been a problem with a TVA feeder line.

Stay with WHNT News 19 for updates on the power outage.

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