Some without power in west Tennessee due to storms

UPDATE: Gibson Electric Membership Corporation in Tennessee says power has been restored to all members affected by outages Monday morning due to storms.

Gibson Electric Membership Corporation in Tennessee says about 50 members’ homes and businesses in Obion, Gibson and Crockett counties are experiencing outages Monday because of weather. 

Rita Alexander with Gibson Electric says the largest outage is east of Hornbeak, which is in Obion County, where a tree fell on a power line. The next largest is in Alamo, which is in Crockett County, and is affecting 15 members. She says crews have been working since the outages began to restore power. 

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