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Irma's Impact

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1,400 lose power, but damage relatively light

By Greg Summers and Hannah Strong

Tropical Storm Irma left Lancaster County littered with debris and 1,400 power outages on Tuesday as it spun past the state and into the Tennessee Valley.
Duke Energy line crews here were working around the clock to restore power to homes. There were still 532 power outages in the county at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
“Irma didn’t pick on any part of Lancaster County more than another,” said Rick Jiran, Duke’s vice president of community relations.


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