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Duke working to restore power after Monday morning outages

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More than 1,000 Duke Energy customers lost power Monday morning after weather and vehicle crashes, according to the utility provider’s online outage map.

In Greenville County, a crash in Greer knocked out power to dozens of customers. A power outage in Piedmont was also impacting more than 130 people as of 8 a.m. Duke Energy said power should be back on in those areas by 11:45 a.m.

MORE - Police: Crash knocks down power lines, blocks North Main Street in Greer

In Anderson County, 599 outages were reported. The outages were mostly between US 29 and I-85 in the Williamston area. By 6:45 a.m. service had been restored to all but 14 customers in Anderson County.

In Spartanburg County, 534 outages were reported. The majority of those outages was along South Church Street Extension between Southport Road and Roebuck, and along Canaan Road. By 8 a.m. that number was down to 30. Restoration is expected by 9 a.m.

In Laurens County, 119 outages were reported, primarily in an area between Main Street and Rocky Springs Church Road. Those outages had been restored by 6:45 a.m.

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