Power restored for most of Central Ohio after winter storm moves through

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — AEP Ohio reported about 7,000 Central Ohio customers without power Friday night.

Much of the power has been restored, except for an area in east Columbus, which still has about 800 people without power.

The largest areas that last power Friday night included the Livingston-McNaughten neighborhood on the southeast side (about 2,300 people), a neighborhood near the intersection of Bethel and Godown roads (about 1,200 people), and an area between Granville and Newark close to The Ohio State University at Newark (about 1,500 people).

Other outages are scattered around the area. Report an outage on AEP’s website.

You can view the outage map by clicking here. 

READ MORE: AEP Ohio has hundreds of workers on standby for power outages during winter storm

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