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Duke Energy customers in North, South Carolina experience power outages

Duke Energy customers in areas of North and South Carolina are experiencing weather related power outages. Duke Energy customers in areas of North and South Carolina are experiencing weather related power outages.

Duke Energy customers in certain areas of North and South Carolina are experiencing weather-related power outages.

According to the Duke Energy Outage Map, among those areas are Robeson County, Scotland County, Marlboro County, Darlington County and Dillon County.

Officials with Duke Energy say they hope to have all storm-related outages fixed by 11 p.m., Wednesday. However, the majority of customers should be back up and running long before that point. The electric power company has restored power to more than 100,000 customers.

Below is an updated list of outages in local counties of NC and SC:

ROBESON COUNTY

Customers Affected: 4,513

Customers Served: 23,922

Number of Outage Locations: 222

First Reported: Feb 17, 1:56 AM

Latest Estimated Restoration: Feb 18, 11:00 PM

SCOTLAND COUNTY

Customers Affected: 291

Customers Served: 6,030

Number of Outage Locations: 21

First Reported: Feb 17, 3:12 AM

Latest Estimated Restoration: Feb 18, 11:00 PM

DARLINGTON COUNTY

Customers Affected: 333

Customers Served: 20,416

Number of Outage Locations: 14

First Reported: Feb 17, 2:38 AM

Latest Estimated Restoration: Feb 18, 11:00 PM

FLORENCE COUNTY:

Customers Affected: 1

Customers Served: 51,323

Number of Outage Locations: 1

First Reported: Feb 18, 11:43 AM

Latest Estimated Restoration: Feb 18, 1:30 PM

MARLBORO COUNTY:

Customers Affected: 170

Customers Served: 4,472

Number of Outage Locations: 13

First Reported: Feb 17, 2:32 AM

Latest Estimated Restoration:

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