Thousands without power in Reynoldsburg area again after substation equipment failure

The affected area, via AEP's website.

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — AEP Ohio says about 13,000 customers in Reynoldsburg and east Columbus are without power Friday afternoon.

The company confirms the problem is a substation that also malfunctioned Thursday.

The outage mostly affects customers who live north of I-70 and south of Main Street, though some other neighborhoods are affected.

AEP says the power should be restored by 5:30pm Friday.

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