1,500 customers without electricity for about four hours
By Jesef Williams
Friday, May 24, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: May 24, 6:00 am)
A fallen tree caused more than 1,500 Duke Energy customers in Lancaster to lose power early Thursday, May 23.
Rick Jiran, the utility company’s district manager, said a “big tree” fell on a power line about 6 a.m., knocking down two spans of lines. A span is the distance between two utility poles.
Jiran said 1,556 Duke Energy customers lost electricity. The outages were along the eastern end of the Lancaster city limits, as well as areas outside the city limits, such as Greenbriar Drive.
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