Scattered power outages remain; Huntsville Utilities crews continue work

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Utilities Crews have been working around the clock following a fast moving high wind storm system that passed through Madison County on Saturday evening.

Authorities say nearly 70 trees were reported down as well as roughly 25 power poles that required replacement.

The latest update (at 5:20 a.m. Monday) from Huntsville Utilities doesn’t give a specific number of customers still impacted, but says crews are currently working along Drake Avenue between Whitesburg Drive and Triana Avenue. They are also working on surrounding streets.

The Huntsville Utilities’ Outage Map provides the general geographic areas where crews are continuing the recovery efforts.

Huntsville Utilities would like to remind everyone to stay away from down power lines. Crews will work until all affected customers are restored.

In the event that someone relies on life-saving medical equipment – please dial 911 and or go to a medical facility.

If you need to report an outage dial 256-53-LIGHT (5-4448) to report utility service outages.





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