Downed power lines cause wide-spread outages in Lebanon County

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LEBANON COUNTY, Pa — Met Ed is working to restore power to over 1,300 customers on Sunday morning after downed power lines cause wide spread outages.

The high power lines came down just after 4:40 a.m. on Sunday morning. The live power lines sparked a fire that destroyed one vehicle and damaged many others.

Nobody was injured.

The cause of the downed line is undetermined at this time, though is believed to  have originated in Jackson Township according to officials.

Outages have been reported in Jackson Township, Myerstown Borough, South Lebanon Township, Bethel Township and North Lebanon Township according to Met Ed.

You can check the status of the outages on Met Ed’s website here. 

Power is estimated to be restored by 6:00 p.m.


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