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Storm Results in Milton Power Outage

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WBOC NewsWatcher Martin Schmidt Jr. took this photo of two utility poles down and another leaning on Route 5 in Milton as the result of a storm that passed through the area on Friday afternoon. WBOC NewsWatcher Martin Schmidt Jr. took this photo of two utility poles down and another leaning on Route 5 in Milton as the result of a storm that passed through the area on Friday afternoon.

MILTON, Del.- Delmarva Power is reporting more than 1,900 customers without power in the Milton area.

The outage was reported shortly before 2 p.m. after a storm passed through the area and downed several utility poles and trees. The utility says power is estimated to be restored by early this evening.

For the latest Delmarva Power outage information, click here.

  

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