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Multiple counties without power in Mid-Missouri Friday morning


Multiple counties are without power Friday morning after Thursday night storms blew through Mid-Missouri.

As of 7 a.m. Friday morning there are 246 people without power in Boone County, according to Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives and 1,472 customers from Boone Electric Cooperative.

Morgan County shows 1,349 people without power as of 7 a.m. and 158 in Benton County.

Randolph County has 236 people without power and Howard has 175.

Boone County Joint Communication sent a message to residents at 2:47 a.m. saying that the 6835 block of E Low Crossing Road in Hallsville will be closed due to downed trees and power lines and that people should take an alternate route.

ABC 17 News crew saw at least three Boone Electric Cooperative vehicles working to restore the down power line in that area. As of 7 a.m., there are 694 people without power in Hallsville.

ABC 17 News reached out to Boone Electric Cooperative, Ameren, and Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives regarding its crews and the potential time line for power to be restored.

In an email, Boone Electric Cooperative said that it will be rotating crews that worked all night this morning and that the crews have been facing several broken poles, downed lines and fallen trees from the storm. Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives and Ameren said in an email, that their crews are working to restore power as quickly and safely as possible.

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