LCUB: Our crews will not stop until every customer has power

LENOIR CITY, Tenn. (WATE) – UPDATE: Lenoir City Utilities Board said Monday morning the number of customers without power has been reduced to 500.

That’s down from 15,000 customers who lost power due to storms Sunday. The company said restoring power to the remaining customers will require extensive repairs.’

LCUB said in a statement on Twitter, “Our crews will not stop until every customer has power.”

Anyone experiencing problems should contact LCUB to report it at 1-844-OUR-LCUB.

RELATED: Storms leave significant damage, thousands without power


The Lenoir City Utilities Board said they’re working to restore power to their customers following a round of severe storms Saturday night and into Sunday morning.

According to the LCUB’s Twitter account their hardest hit areas are Choto Road, Hwy 11, Hickory Creek and Tools Bend.

Sunday morning approximately 15,000 customers were without power. That number was down to 5,000 by noon.

The company says crews are working as fast as they can to restore power but it could be Monday night before everyone has power because of some extensive repairs that are needed.

Anyone experiencing problems should contact LCUB to report it at 1-844-OUR-LCUB.

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