7 pm UPDATE: Some Electric Service Restored

updates2Many Potter County households will heading into a second dark night as three electric companies work to restore power. However, portions of Coudersport were brought back online shortly after 6 pm. West Penn Power is still working in the Coudersport and Roulette areas. The company has had some success in restoring service to substations and is deploying crews to re-establish localized/neighborhood service. The latter process will take a considerable amount of time, as damage to lines and related equipment is severe. Sections will be brought on-line incrementally. Meanwhile, Penelec was reporting that it expected to have service restored in the Galeton area by Friday evening, and Tri-County REC continues working to restore its larger grid areas as quickly as possible.

Potter County officials are asking residents in the affected areas to check on their neighbors and see if they can render assistance to those with special needs, as refrigeration, water-pumping and communications services remain unavailable. Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department reminds those in need that its modular units along Rt. 6 west in Coudersport are open as comfort stations.

Potter County Today is a timely information site courtesy of the Potter County Commissioners. Reprinted with Permission.

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  1. Steve says:

    its on at my house in coudy from what i was told

  2. Wdp1_97 says:

    Yeah, returned here on South Main Coudy (representing, whoop-whoop) @ ~18:37 est..dipped once ’bout 30 minutes–as I was reading this news, huh..but that’s to be expected, the field folks are finding and working with the more customer facing issues..

  3. Gitterdid says:

    Rubbertown has power for the most part, we still have some power lines down here.

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