Crews Work to Restore Power After Storms in Washington State

SEATTLE (AP) — Utility crews worked Sept. 19 to restore power to thousands of customers in northwest Washington state after weekend storms downed trees and left large areas with no electricity.

Puget Sound Energy said it hoped to restore power in several counties in the Seattle area by Sunday evening.

At its height, the storm that rolled through Sept. 17 night left more than 114,000 of the utility’s customers without power, KIRO-TV reported. South King County was among the hardest-hit areas.

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