SWEPCO: Storms leave more than 10,000 without power in ArkLaTex - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports

SWEPCO: Storms leave more than 10,000 without power in ArkLaTex

Jennifer Hayden snapped this picture of clouds rolling over Bossier City near Shed Road. Jennifer Hayden snapped this picture of clouds rolling over Bossier City near Shed Road.
CADDO-BOSSIER PARISH, LA (KSLA) -

Storms sweeping through the ArkLaTex Tuesday evening knocked out power for more than 10,000 SWEPCO customers.

Power outages as of 4:05 a.m. in Caddo Parish are at 3,060 customers. In Bossier Parish, 1,438 were without power. 496 outages were reported in DeSoto and Red River parishes. Bienville Parish has 835 customers in the dark.

Texas had nearly 5,000 customers without power, with most of the outages (2,464) occurring in Gregg County. Harrison had 237, Bowie has 499, Upshur is at 782 outages and Rusk 279. There are 718 outages in Camp, Wood and Shelby counties.

No outages are being reported in Arkansas at this time.

All of the outages are weather related, says SWEPCO spokeswoman Kacee Kirschvink.

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