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OPPD crews work to restore power Monday to thousands of customers

Posted: 9:03 AM, Jan 22, 2018
Updated: 2018-01-23 03:23:02Z

9 p.m. – In Douglas County, 51 customers remained without power, 15 in Sarpy County, and only one in Cass County.

Saunders County still had 2,220 customers without power, while 1,552 were without power in Dodge County, and 713 in Washington County. Further west, in Colfax County, 250 were without power. 

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8 p.m. – OPPD showed 55 affected customers in Douglas County, 16 in Sarpy County, and seven in Cass County.

Meanwhile, Saunders County had 2,408 affected customers, Dodge County had 1,202, and 863 remained without power in Washington County. 

3:15 p.m. – OPPD  is reporting only 88 affected customers in Douglas County, 27 in Cass County, and 18 in Sarpy County. 

Meanwhile, Saunders County is reporting 2,590 affected customers; 2,250 in Dodge County; and in Washington County, there are 1,473 customers without power.

11:15 a.m. – Most of the issue has been taken care of in Douglas County, which is now down to a little over 200 without power. However, there are now more than 2,400 without power in Dodge County.

Additionally, there are around 1,400 people without power in Washington County and more than 1,700 affected in Saunders County. 

9 a.m. –  According to OPPD's website , there are more than 4,400 OPPD customers without power.

Douglas County has the highest amount of people without power, with more than 1,700 experiencing outages. There are more than 1,300 customers affected in Dodge County and 756 in Saunders County.