Thousands of West Virginians are nearing the two-week mark of having no power, but crews from Appalachian Power have made great strides this week in the effort to have all service restored. Crews on Monday night managed to complete repairs to the damaged Wayne Station, the last of more than a dozen substations and more than 100 distribution circuits which incurred major damage.
According to Appalachian Power, more than 6,000 customers are still without power in Wayne County.
Lincoln County has 1,286 customers without power.
Estimation for the restoration of the most remote location of outages is 10 o’clock Friday night.