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Twinsburg storm- courtesy: Kevin

CLEVELAND – The storms that rolled through northeast Ohio Sunday have left thousands of residents in northeast Ohio in the dark.

FirstEnergy is reporting around 17-thousand without power. Broadview Heights, North Royalton, Solon and Strongsville were particularly hard hit.

Summit County has over 16-thousand in the dark, over 6-thousand of them are in Twinsburg.

Medina is reported over 12-thousand people without power.

Lorain has nearly 7-thousand customers in the dark.

In Geauga County, 2600 customers are without power. Auburn and Bainbridge Township were hard hit there.

You can  click here to see a list of outages on the FirstEnergy website. 


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