NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- Many people across Hampton Roads and northeastern North Carolina have experienced power outages as a result of the Nor'easter that hit the area Friday.
Since 11 p.m. Thursday, Dominion Energy reports 621,000 customers have been impacted and 233,000 have been restored.
In Hampton Roads, Tidewater, Williamsburg and Chuckatuck, the company reported nearly 78,000 customers were impacted by the storm. As of 8 a.m. Saturday, 88 percent of customers in those communities had their power restored.
All of the company's North Carolina customers, with the exception of 96 residents in Elizabeth City, had their power restored by Saturday.
Nearly 3,000 restoration workers have been deployed across the state assessing damage and repairing equipment and downed power lines. In addition, 500-out-of state restoration workers are expected to be on site on Saturday.
A spokesperson for Dominion Energy said patrol teams are out in force to locate and assess damage as quickly and safely as possible.
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The company is urging people to be aware of any power lines that may have fallen or come in contact with trees, debris or water as they could be energized.
Dominion says the highest number of outages are currently in northern Virginia. Around 198,000 customers there were without power on Friday afternoon.
If your power goes out, please report it on DominionEnergy.com or call us at 1-866-DOM-HELP.
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