Power back on for remaining DP&L customers affected by Independence Day storm

UPDATE @ 5:45 p.m. (July 5):

Power was just restored to Dayton Power & Light customers on Delmar Avenue in Dayton

They were the remaining 110 DP&L customers left without power following afternoon Fourth of July storms.

UPDATE @ 11:15 a.m. (July 5):

As of Thursday morning, DP&L crews continued working to restore power to Montgomery County residents who were affected by Wednesday’s storm. Some wires were damaged when trees fell on them, said Spokesperson Mary Ann Kable.

She said there are still about 110 customers without power, but power is expected to be restored to all customers by this afternoon.

First report (July 4):

Several thousand were without power this afternoon after a round of storms came through the area.

Crews were responding to several reports of trees and wires down across the area.

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Dayton Power & Light crews were working to restore power, with about 450 remaining in the dark as of 11:05 p.m., including:

Montgomery County: 314

Greene County: 131

In addition, residents say the entire Park Layne neighborhood in Clark County is without power.

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