UPDATE: CDE reports all power restored in Clarksville, with remaining customers needing home repair

UPDATE: CDE reports all power restored in Clarksville, with remaining customers needing home repair

Update: CDE Lightband claimed right now that all prospects that can be reconnected to energy have been reconnected.

“We do have various prospects nevertheless out of energy but mostly because of to riser problems and/or other repairs wanted on the dwelling,” CDE mentioned. “If the customer’s Support Mast/Riser is harmed and/or requirements replacing, CDE Lightband will arrive out and disconnect the electric power traces (except they’re currently disconnected), but the home owner will have to have the Support Mast/Riser fixed by an electrician. When that is done, CDE Lightband can reconnect its traces and restore support. However, an inspection by Building and Codes will have to be done in just 7 days.”


CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Energy is currently being restored to the final dozens of clients in Clarksville, with the number dropping under 100 Tuesday night.

In Clarksville, CDE Lightband had only about 60 with out electricity as of 7:40 a.m. Wednesday. Most of those people are in the Hilldale location off of Madison Avenue.

Electrical power is remaining shut off once more for much more residents a few occasions as crews get the job done to get all the remaining customers’ ability restored.

“The quantities are having scaled-down, but our attempts stay strong,” CDE claimed. “Every shopper issues. It is with all the things we have that we will restore electricity to all and as immediately as possible. Your tolerance has been appreciated.”

Their efforts included a large coordinated pole and line restoration alongside Warfield Boulevard on Tuesday.

In Montgomery County, electrical power was restored to the remaining CEMC buyers right away Monday.

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39,000 whole misplaced electric power

A 79 mph wind gust was recorded at Outlaw Discipline at 12:56 p.m. Friday, the strongest recorded in Tennessee.

Individuals gusts took down trees, utility poles and ability traces. At the top of the outage Friday afternoon, 31,000 of CDE’s 79,500 buyers dropped electricity.

Throughout the multi-county CEMC procedure, 48,000 customers shed electricity, with above 8,000 of those in Montgomery County.