Friday, July 6, 2012 at 2:51 PM
About 79,00 Ohio customers of American Electric Power remain without power today. Most of them lost electricity a week ago during a windstorm that tore through the Midwest and the mid-Atlantic states. AEP says right after the storm, 660,000 homes and business were unplugged, but 87 percent of them have now had their power restored. Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen reports on those who are still waiting.
Community/Human Interest, Energy, Environment, Housing/Real Estate, Statehouse News Bureau
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