AC-T: Wind topples trees, power lines in Asheville

Ashevilleans woke up this morning to light snow, high winds and downed power lines and trees.

Asheville Citizen-Times

By Sabian Warren

Duke Energy Progress in early afternoon Sunday reported 3,156 customers without electricity in Buncombe County, while more than 4,000 were without power in Haywood County. About 675 customers in Jackson County were without power, while the number was 750 in Mitchell and 448 in Henderson.

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One thought on “AC-T: Wind topples trees, power lines in Asheville

  1. Dionysis

    This must be an example of what the AC-T described as “deeper journalism” they intend to focus on.

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