Storms cause power outages for some Gibson Electric members

Hundreds of Gibson Electric customers in Tennessee and Kentucky are experiencing outages Wednesday night due to storms in the area. 

The company says 856 members’ homes and businesses in Gibson and Obion counties in Tennessee and in Fulton and Hickman counties in Kentucky are affected by outages.  

The largest outage affects 819 members in and around Dyer, Tennessee.  Spokeswoman Rita Alexander says three outages affect four members south of Union City, one outage affects five members east of Hickman, Kentucky, and another affects 28 members north of Clinton. 

Alexander says crews are working to restore power as quickly as they safely can.
 

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