Power outage numbers in the region due to Hurricane Dorian

Many customers in the region are experiencing power outages due to Hurricane Dorian’s effects.

Below is a list of outages provided by Dominion Energy for cities in Hampton Roads and Coastal Virginia.

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Current outages as of 3 p.m. Saturday:

Virginia

  • Chesapeake: 4
  • Hampton: 87
  • Newport News: 1
  • Norfolk: 1
  • Poquoson: 1
  • Portsmouth: 31
  • Virginia Beach: 477
  • York: 3

North Carolina

  • Camden Co.: 1,194
  • Chowan Co.: 3
  • Currituck Co.: 8,899
  • Dare Co.: 9,115
  • Gates Co.: 3
  • Pasquotank Co.: 342
  • Perquimans Co.: 12

Dominion Energy said in a statement Saturday that power has been restored to 92 percent of customers impacted by the hurricane in Virginia and northeastern North Carolina.

As of 3 p.m., 35,700 customers across Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina remained without power.

The company said its infrastructure in coastal areas of Virginia and North Carolina suffered “catastrophic” damage during the storm. More than 7,000 Dominion Energy employees and contract crew members are supporting restoration efforts as crews assess the damage and get power back on.

The City of Virginia Beach also said there appears to be an issue with T-Mobile phones as users are unable to make or receive calls, including to 911. Officials are reminding citizens that the city has “text to 911” capabilities; if you have T-Mobile and need an emergency response, send a text message to 911.

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