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Hundreds without power as wind threatens mid-Missouri

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Three Rivers Electric Cooperative says an outage was reported near the Wardsville area.


UPDATE as of 6 a.m.: Hundreds across mid-Missouri are still without power.

Close to 200 Ameren Missouri customers in Jefferson City do have their power back on, but the utility company is still reporting 671 customers are waking up in the dark.

Nearly 200 Boone Electric Cooperative customers power is also back on. Just under 100 customers in the county though are still without power.

ABC 17 News is working to find out when power will be back on.

UPDATE as of 4:17 a.m.: Ameren Missouri is reporting 827 customers without power in Jefferson City and 178 at Lake of the Ozarks.

Three Rivers Electric Cooperative says 646 customers are in the dark in Gasconade, Miller, and Maries counties.

The Boone Electric Cooperative outage map shows 366 customers are without power as well.

UPDATE as of 10 p.m.: Columbia Water and Light says two outages were reported in the city. Less than 50 customers are affected.

UPDATE as of 9:47 p.m.: Seven Mid-Missouri counties reported power outages Tuesday night. More than 200 electric cooperative customers were without power in Camden County. Nearly 100 were in the dark in Boone County.

A Mid-Missouri electric cooperative reported a power outage Tuesday was caused by a tree limb falling on a power line.

Three Rivers Electric Cooperative posted on Facebook the outage was reported near Wardsville. Crews worked to remove the tree limb from the lines.

At least 30 co-op customers were without power in Cole County. Smaller outages were reported in Audrain, Howard and Osage counties.

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