Thousands of people still without electricity on Friday after Zeta passed through the Carolinas


CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – Remnants of Tropical Storm Zeta brought high winds and rain to the Carolinas on Thursday Although the storm didn’t stay long, it left an impact

Strong gusts of wind accompanied by periods of rain were enough to topple trees and destroy power lines throughout the Charlotte area

About 235,000 Duke Energy customers were still without power on Friday morning, according to the utility company’s outage map More than 7,000 customers were still without power in Mecklenburg County alone

Duke Energy reports that nearly 235,000 customers are still without power in the Carolinas after winds from Zeta knocked down many trees and left a lot of damage behind https: // tco / BNz2hvTzkv @WBTV_News

Just before 9 p.m. Thursday night, many homes on Eastport Road in East Charlotte were still without power

– It lasts 10 to 12 hours man, so yeah I didn’t know it would take that long, â ???? said Chris Howard, a resident who lives along Eastport

Some residents have said that Duke Energy believes the restoration of electricity to their homes will not happen until Friday

– Yeah, it’s frustrating and of course we have no idea when the power is going to be on, â ???? said Alan Lilly, another resident living along Eastport Road

Duke Energy encourages customers to review outage maps on their website for updates on the power restoration process

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