Thousands remain without power after storms slam Hampton Roads

Posted at 9:47 PM, Jun 13, 2013

Update: As of 11:30 p.m. Friday, about 93% of the Hampton Roads and northern North Carolina customers have their power restored.

7,500 customers are still out. Many in James City County affected by the damage at the Waller Mill Road Substation were restored by 10:30 this evening.

Dominion Power has now restored over 90, 000 people who were out due to Thursday's storms. There are about 20, 000 customers who are still waiting to be restored. They expect many of them will have power by Saturday. 

The Waller Mill Road area in Williamsburg had a tree damage parts of Dominion Power's equipment and about 9,000 people are still without power there. 

They say the areas with the most damage are the Lightfood/Toano part of James City County and Wormley Creek in Yorktown. Some folks may not be restored until Sunday.

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