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More Than 375,000 Lose Power in Mid-Atlantic Area

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WASHINGTON (AP)- Crews are working to restore power to more than 375,000 people in Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia and northern Virginia after some of the worst winds from former Hurricane Sandy swept through the mid-Atlantic region.
 
By 10:15 a.m. Tuesday, Baltimore Gas and Electric was reporting nearly 189,000 customers had lost power. The heaviest hit areas were Anne Arundel, Baltimore and Harford counties.
 
On the Eastern Shore, Delmarva Power was reporting 64,000 outages in Maryland and Delaware.
 
In the Washington area, Pepco was reporting about 21,000 outages Tuesday morning. Montgomery County was hardest hit with about 16,600 customers without power.
 
In northern Virginia, Dominion Virginia Power is reporting about 101,000 customers are without power Tuesday morning. That includes thousands of outages in Arlington, Alexandria and Fairfax County.

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