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Most power restored after storms

Rain falls in Tucson. (Source: See It, Snap It, Send It) Rain falls in Tucson. (Source: See It, Snap It, Send It)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Most power has been restored throughout Tucson after Saturday night's storms.

At one point, there were more than 16-hundred customers without power. TEP reports that 1500 customers now have their power back. This outage affected several areas including: Speedway and Country Club, Drexel and Houghton, Golf Links and Old Spanish Trail, and I-10 and Houghton in Vail. Green Valley also experienced some outages.

A handful of people on the east side are still without service, but TEP is working on the problem.

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