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Thousands Gain Power in Cleveland Heights, More Than 1,300 Left to Go

More than 7,000 FirstEnergy customers who lost power now have it back in Cleveland Heights, but there are still more than 1,300 left in the dark.

At the height of the power outage, nearly FirstEnergy customers had lost power.

The company has restored power for thousands, but there are still 1,300 in Cleveland Heights in the dark.

Mayor Ed Kelley, Police Chief Jeffrey Robertson and other city officials checked in with FirstEnergy many times during the past few days asking for updates and sharing information about where wires are down and where there is need.

The company estimates that all Cleveland Heights customers will have .

Hurricane Sandy hit Northeast Ohio hard, taking out power for hundreds of thousands of residents. Browse our photos at Lake Erie and Shaker Lakes and in Clevleand Heights neighborhoods during and after the storm.

Sam Bell November 04, 2012 at 04:20 PM
Heat, light, and community are blessings easily taken for granted until they are lost. A big thank you to the hardworking line crews from Northern Indiana Public Service Company who filled in for our own First Energy workers helping closer to Sandy's epicenter.

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