Power restored after thousands in Montgomery County in the dark

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(WDTN) — More than 9,500 people were without power in Montgomery County Friday morning.

The outage began just before 8 am Friday. a DP&L spokesperson says the outage was weather related.

At its peak, nearly 12,000 people were without power. Crews had already restored power to nearly 3,000 customers by 9:30 am Friday.

Kettering Police say a downed power line and several blown transformers may have caused the outage near W. Dorothy Lane. 2 NEWS has learned Fairmont High School and the Kettering Rec Center are among the buildings without power.

Kettering fire crews were in the area of W. Dorothy Lane due to the outage. DP&L was called to the area as well.

Power was restored to most customers by 10 am.

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