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Storms leave scattered power outages

Entergy reports that just under 2000 customers remain without power as of noon Saturday.
A tree on a power line in Shannon Hills. (Courtesy Robin Baker)
A tree on a power line in Shannon Hills. (Courtesy Robin Baker)
 (courtesy Robin Baker)
(courtesy Robin Baker)
 (courtesy Robin Baker)
(courtesy Robin Baker)
Fallen limbs ripped some people meter loops from the sides of their homes. (courtesy Robin Baker)
Fallen limbs ripped some people meter loops from the sides of their homes. (courtesy Robin Baker)
LITTLE ROCK, AR – Entergy reports that just under 2000 customers remain without power as of noon Saturday. Pulaski County has the highest number of outages at 1,008.

Several thousand Entergy customers lost their electrical service Friday evening as high winds accompanying fast moving thunderstorms swept through Arkansas. The winds broke limbs and brought down power lines in scattered areas of central Arkansas.

As of noon Saturday, there were still 432 White County Entergy customers waiting for power to be restored, along with just over a hundred in Saline County and just under a hundred in Jefferson County.

Crews are working hard to clear debris from downed lines and restoring power to all who lost it.

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